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Feb 20 2014

Margaret Thatcher on Income Equality

Lately Obama has been ramping up the Marxist rhetoric regarding “income inequality.” He and others have expressed a desire to mitigate this alleged problem with punitive taxation even if it retards economic growth and provides Big Government with no additional revenue. The Iron Lady exposed their destructive malice long ago:

On a tip from Paladin.



11 Responses to “Margaret Thatcher on Income Equality”

  1. Steve says:

    OH CANADA: Canada Wins Gold Medal For Women’s Hockey- Sochi Winter Olympics 2014

    http://commoncts.blogspot.com/2014/02/oh-canada-canada-wins-gold-medal-for.html

  2. Spurwing Plover says:

    USA defeats Chekoslavaia in hockey russia loses to finland

  3. Softly Bob says:

    There are two types of Libtards?:

    1/ The well-meaning ones, who seriously believe that equality is the answer to everything.
    2/ The nasty vicious ones who despise their own nation and their own people and will use Leftist propaganda to destroy themselves and others under the pretense of holding a higher moral ground.

    I know which ones I like and which ones I detest.
    The trouble is, I can’t work out which ones are the worst.

  4. Eric says:

    A stuffy Monarchy is supposed to be the example of how a Constitutional Republic should act?

    Didn’t WE Revolt against everything they were doing to us 200 years ago?

    Now you want us to grasp onto something they did 30 years ago because they had an “election”?

    The Constitutional Republic that once was America, and the dream of those revolutionaries, is dead.

  5. Jack Bauer says:

    Ah….Maggie, we miss your ability to so elegantly convey truth and logic, that compels even the most pig-headed socialists to comprehend how foolish they are.

    The most simple and elegant quotes against the viability of socialism come from our British cousins who know a thing or two about this big government charade:

    “It’s (socialism’s)inherrent virtue appears to be the equal spreading of misery”
    — Winston Churchill

    “You are suffering from the usual socialist disease. Sooner or later, you will run out of other people’s money”
    — Margaret Thatcher

  6. Dennis says:

    Don’t get me wrong, but Margaret Thatcher was never a goalie and therefore anything regarding the O-Limp-Dicks is not required on this page.. Stay on subject.. Just Saying………..

    The Iron Lady and we have the wussy pussy…

    “Margaret Thatcher on Socialism”

    “These brief exchanges took place during Margaret Thatcher’s last speech in the House of Commons on 22 November 1990.”

    “Margaret Thatcher, the “Iron Lady” of British politics, who set her country on a rightward economic course, led it to victory in the Falklands war and helped guide the United States and the Soviet Union through the cold war’s difficult last years, died on Monday in London. She was 87.”

    As for Dumbass, no honor, no respect.. Death should become him.. Just Saying.

    ““As for President Barack Obama?” Mr. Ostermeier asks. “The 44th President has mentioned the Iron Lady just once – in reference to the film ‘The Iron Lady.’ “

    Mr. Obama was delivering remarks at the 2011 Kennedy Center Honors, lauding honoree Meryl Streep and the varied roles over her career “ranging from Julia Child to, most recently, Margaret Thatcher.”

    Mr. Ostermeier adds, “No doubt the President will have a little more to say about the former Prime Minister during the days to come since her passing on Monday.”

  7. joeb says:

    The homosexual MP at the start of this video, Simon Hughes, adores muslims. Here is a stomach churning video of said turkey voting for Christmas while addressing a muslim conference in London:

    http://tinyurl.com/pvk6eok

  8. batman says:

    The most significant 3 people of the 20th century:

    Ronald Reagan, Margaret Thatcher, and Pope John Paul II

    Over 100 million people liberated.

  9. Wizard45 says:

    Ah, can you imagine the entertainment value if O’liar had to answer questions from a joint session of Congress as the Prime Minister does from Parliament? Of course, his answers would have to be edited for time to leave out all the “ums” and “ers” that pepper any extemporaneous remarks he makes.


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