CWF's Thatcher Tribute Video

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Anonymous said...

In 1976, the Highest Rate of Income Tax was 98% (not 83%) because of Investment Income Surcharge !!!

Chris said...

I feel ill. Really ill.

Anonymous said...

Go Maggie!

Anonymous said...

i have a nice suave on the chill, which i'll open when she dies.

then i shall dance a merry little drunken jig on her grave in my granddads mining boots.

Lagwolf said...
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Guido Outer said...

...Maggie was a spectacularly skilled politician -drawn from the grammar school ranks, now we have Dave and his Eton chums....and the test is on. Are they up to it? Can they defeat Gordon and Nu Lab or will Labour "go mad" again and hand them power on a plate....and if Dave's gang don't win what then? Will the Tories be in the position that Major predicted for Labour "beat them again and you will have beaten them for good"? It's all good fun exciting stuff :-)

Paul Linford said...

Good stuff, but Adagio for Strings is a far better piece of music than Pomp and Circumstance No 1.

Anonymous said...

Privatisation was invented. And what a bloody success that's been!

Anonymous said...

Is this the next Labour PPB?

Anonymous said...

What utter guff, where there was discord she brought harmony, where there was despair she brought hope!!!! HA HA AHA HAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Are you having a laugh, while I am no Maggie Basher, she did ave a few redeeming features that is just to ridiculous for words.

What hope did she bring to people working in traditional industries, what was harmonius about the poll tax riots????

What utter poo!

Humph
http://www.ghostofhumphrey.blogspot.com

Bill said...

Nice vid :)

and for anonymous of 4.40 AM, I have no idea what 'suave' is, but I take it you mean Soave

Thank God she became PM in '79 - she got rid of all those union wiseguys who had just about run the country into the ground. I celebrated that night (early morning) in Jeddah, where I lived then, with some ludicrously expensive, and illegal, champgagne - well worth the cost and the risk!

Anonymous said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=28TeUbYvXS0

the only thing i can really thank her for.

enjoy

garypowell said...

I thank Thatcher for giving me a country worth growing up and working in. It is impossible for me to explain to the young quite what an horrendous mess this place was in 30 years ago. However too many more years of a Labour government and I will not nead to.

I feel eternal shame that the same oppertunities that I had to improve my own life have been so carelessly thrown away by my own generation of politicians.

I have 4 children and it is sometimes difficult to look them in the eye. Although the young do not seem to be aware of it yet. Their futures and that of our country are looking more bleak every day.

I predict that the day Thatcher passes on we will see sites in London not seen since the death of Princess Diana. People under 40 will not know why so many will be crying like babies, which will make me cry even more.

Average guy on the street said...

With the country the way it was in 1979, thank goodness for Thatcher. In my opinion she was the greatest post war PM.

Anonymous said...

When her achievements are recounted one after another, after another, after another - you wonder what the plonker Blair has been doing during his tenure (putting up taxes; going to war for no good reason...and losing; giving away Honours for a 'donation'; being nice to Dubya; and er. er. can't remember anything else)

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