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13 February
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Cameron Insists “Money Is No Object” Re Floods…..Yeah, Right…..

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┬áThe man who always leaves the restaurant just before the waiter brings the bill……

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21 May
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SUPPORT THE LEFT AND DEMAND A MONEY TREE…..

There are 9.27m people in the UK of working age who do not work. 2.65m are unemployed 3.71m are in education. This leaves a balance of 2.91 million people who are neither seeking work, nor are they in education. This is a 30% rise or 1 million additional people in the final category in the last five years.

We now have 46% of the working age population supporting 54%.

Then there are 6m public sector workers, many of whom play an important role in our society and whose services are vital for the smooth functioning of a modern state. However their wages are fully funded by taxes levied on the private sector. So, remove the 6 million public sector workers from the income generating workforce and you have 37% of the working age population paying for the other 63%.

In other words taxes taken from the wages of one third of the working age population are needed to provide income for the other two thirds.

And when you realise that about 30% of the whole population are either in school or retired and are therefore not part of the working age population you must be as shocked as I am that cruel and vicious conservatives pretend that THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS A MONEY TREE.

Fortunately Ed Milliband, Presidents Obama and Hollande, the public sector unions, the BBC and the audience at BBC Question Time know that conservatives are lying. They don’t call it a money tree, of course, they call it “growth”. But at least the latest Greek darling of the left wing media is much more upfront.

Leftist Alexis Tsipras, 37, emerged with the power to block them. Greece, he said, could ditch its spending cuts and renounce its debts to EU partners, yet enlist their help in keeping the euro currency some 80 percent of Greeks cherish.

“Pythagoras didn’t manage to square the circle and god knows these guys don’t know how to either,” said one EU diplomat in Brussels, echoing widespread sentiment in European capitals.

“The Greeks seem to have no understanding of the seriousness of their predicament……

There they go again, pretending that money doesn’t grow on trees, that there is no such thing as a free lunch…

We know our rights.

We want a money tree and we want it NOW!!!!!….

..and the next generation? Who cares…they can take care of themselves…

h/t to a comment at Biased BBC

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