Knockback for Tories who are still trying to justify their rubbish budget

[Image: Daily Mirror.]

No doubt Michael Gove will be along shortly to talk about “fake opinions” or some similar nonsense, after the kicking delivered to the Conservatives over their latest self-justifying foray into the social media.

The following tweet was issued by the Conservative Party’s press office:

“Dealing with our debts to keep the econom strong, whilst investing in public services and keeping taxes low” is, of course, Labour’s approach – although Jeremy Corbyn’s party would achieve this by vastly different methods; effective methods.

The Tories behind their press release thought they could fool people into believing that they’re doing the right thing, just because they say they are.

They thought wrong – and the reactions are hilariously disparaging.

See for yourself:

Haravikk is referring to a policy that David Cameron stole from George W Bush. It’s called starving the beast and intentionally creates debt in order to provide an excuse to take funds away from public services.

The sooner, the better.

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