Osborne’s speech reveals his contempt for you and me

Last Updated: January 6, 2014By

I’m interested to see how Osborne proposes to make his plans legally binding on a future government, as my understanding is that it is a long-standing and cardinal rule of government here in the UK that no decision made by one government can be imposed on the next.


  1. Nick January 6, 2014 at 10:30 pm - Reply

    Osborne is banking on another win which would then give him a green light to kill off all sick and disabled that burden him and in reality there would be nothing you could do about it

    • Mike Sivier January 7, 2014 at 12:24 am - Reply

      We’ll see.

      • Nick January 7, 2014 at 12:37 am - Reply

        it’ll all be over mike just wait and see i can see it now hopefully a few will get to live but what sort of life not much just a bit of bread and cheese and with the vast majority of people completely unaware

        I’ll probably be just you mike left talking about it with tom and that’s about it my friend

  2. Michael MacKian January 6, 2014 at 11:27 pm - Reply

    Stage one of ” instilling a new belief in Britain” will be to get rid of this foul government.

  3. Thomas M January 7, 2014 at 4:51 am - Reply

    This government is not just bothering the sick and disabled but everyone who is not rich. If the French government did this there would be strikes all over the place. The British people either do nothing, or stupidly riot and smash their own neighbourhoods up.

  4. Joseph Smith January 7, 2014 at 8:21 am - Reply

    It’s a great pity Osbourne having had such an expensive education (wasted) he is so thick and lacks any imagination or foresite. We’ve got to rid ourselves of this vindictive self seeking bunch of morons.

  5. lallygag26 January 7, 2014 at 9:39 am - Reply

    I didn’t quite finish reading it….my stomach was churning with anxiety. When I read things like:

    ‘That’s the terrible price people totally unconnected with politics and politicians pay when you get the wrong economic policy.’

    I know there’s another kind of problem, a deeper disconnect than even the one evident in their disgusting policies. It is, as I have long felt, and feared, that politicians believe that it is ‘them’ making decisions for and about ‘us’. We are not ‘unconnected with politics’, we ARE the body politic. This is supposed to be a democracy. The entire electorate is supposed to be – nominally at least – ‘connected with politics’.

    This whole message just reinforces that Osbourne believes in his own madness, believes the country’s economy is genuinely run like a personal household budget and believes the ‘problem’ is that we don’t ‘understand’ how well he is doing, preferring in our child-like, un-political way to fall for the offer of ‘easier’ policies which offer greater spending and ignore the deficit.

    Get. Them. Out. Of. Office. This. Year.

  6. Denise Clendinning January 7, 2014 at 10:19 am - Reply

    i only read half of his speech because the man is seriously deranged and he seems to think that the country is on the up as he puts it he is not a chancellor he is a brutal man set out on a mission perhaps he thinks he will go down in history as the chancellor who saved the British economy. It is not going to happen on his watch because the man is deluded and and the sooner they are booted out the better i cant stand listening to his lies any more.

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