The Budget: Are you better or worserer off?

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The Budget: Are you better or worserer off?

Post  furball on Thu Mar 21 2013, 11:09

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£259 better of for me Thumb

Time will tell.............

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Re: The Budget: Are you better or worserer off?

Post  ellie on Sat Mar 23 2013, 06:52

Radar wrote:£425 better off.

I wouldn't vote for the Blue Nasties if you put a gun to my head.

Socialist and Proud

Oh but Im sure there's a bit of blue in your footie team Tony lol!

I wouldn't vote for the red lot if you put a gun to my head.

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Re: The Budget: Are you better or worserer off?

Post  Radar on Sat Mar 23 2013, 09:18

ellie wrote:
Radar wrote:£425 better off.

I wouldn't vote for the Blue Nasties if you put a gun to my head.

Socialist and Proud

Oh but Im sure there's a bit of blue in your footie team Tony lol!

I wouldn't vote for the red lot if you put a gun to my head.

Good job nobodies got a gun!

Trouble is they are all becoming as bad as each other, can you vote Yamaha!!??

OH and leave my football team alone, we are in enough trouble thanks very much!
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Re: The Budget: Are you better or worserer off?

Post  ellie on Sat Mar 23 2013, 09:37

Lol well you're playing my team that are equally in trouble on Sunday lol. Sadly I shall be enroute to sunnier climates so shall miss it.
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Re: The Budget: Are you better or worserer off?

Post  Wooster on Sat Mar 23 2013, 09:37

Too many of them are chasing the middle ground these days, but Labour screwed the pooch as far as I was concerned with the war in Iraq and the extent to which they seemed primarily focused on burying their noses in the trough during the second half of the Blair government.

The result is that we (I) now see both of them being as corrupt, untrustworthy and self serving as each other.
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