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Nadine Dorries
Crunch Gordon
Posted Monday, 6 April 2009 at 14:39


This week is being spent at my desk. Mainly preparing for a public meeting and catching up on a massive, humongous backlog of paperwork. I won't even begin to enjoy getting away if I don’t nail it this week.

No surprise for many to read that Alistair Darling thinks we may be in a worse mess than he thought.

Is he having a laugh? Everyone knew we were in a worse mess. No one believes a word he and Gordon Brown say any more.

Over the last six months, I have said over and over again, to every audience I have spoken to, that George Osborne will not really know the true extent of how awful it is until he sits down with the civil servants and goes through the red book, just before the next general election.

Gordon Brown can’t bear to face the reality of what he has done to the country. He can not say sorry, it would kill him. I don’t think he is a well man. If I were his wife, I would be worried about him. Can you imagine how hard it must be for Darling?

Brown needs to do himself, his party and everyone else a favour and call an election quickly.

As the economic situation worsens, and as the spin and gloss wear off the no new money G20 meeting, I think he could be in danger of putting himself under so much stress he may become really ill.

There is only so much he can hide from for so long. Gordon will have to face his crunch moment sooner or later. And it won't be pleasant.

DR WHO said:
Responded: Monday, 6 April 2009
6 little words : Don't you think he's looking tired?
Mike Spilligan said:
Responded: Monday, 6 April 2009
Sick people, and he certainly is, make mistakes, the best example being Anthony Eden. Brown is not merely useless, he's a danger to the nation. Darling is looking for excuses, or sympathy, being the "only one who didn't know".
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