Chief Treasury analyst interviewed

Written By: - Date published: 5:57 pm, May 19th, 2011 - 7 comments
Categories: budget 2011, humour, making shit up - Tags: ,

7 comments on “Chief Treasury analyst interviewed”

  1. RobC 1

    Out-fucking-standing 😀

  2. PC Brigadier 2

    Utterly superb post…the only real surprise for me today!!!

  3. ak 3

    Corker r0b – best entertainment of the day!

    (second only perhaps to the sight of the tory benches applauding in choreographed cacaphony to Slinkey’s triumphal announcement that next year (tomorrow!) he would only be borrowing $100mill a week! Hopefully!)

    It’s tinker and hope from the soft-soap dope

    Poll-driven crap wrapped in feel-good pap.

  4. south paw 4

    What’s needed now is a secret weapon that jams TV broadcasts and beams this into living rooms every time one of the news hair dos interviews the govt bout the economy.

  5. randal 5

    they never eckshylly interview anyone. the hair and teeth brigade have turned into a grovelocracy hoping that one of jk’s spare millions might fall out of his pocket their way. otherwise they are too scared to do anything.

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