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    Not For Turning

    Not For Turning

    Nice compilation from ShePac.

    Includes several of the longer videos we ran yesterday, Margaret Thatcher dies, RIP Iron Lady.

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    Doug Wright | April 9, 2013 at 6:06 pm

    Hear, hear! Palin for president!


     
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    BannedbytheGuardian | April 10, 2013 at 1:14 am

    Very weird reaction from peoples who had no experience or even knowledge with MT or her policies. Perhaps the people of Nth England can be aggrieved for she closed the chapter of Industrial Revolution . I had ancestors who saw the writing on the wall in 1850 & left the North. Jobs were disappearing then.

    But perhaps a journalist over at the Telegrapbh described it best by stating that these celebrating her death were acting out the very roles she had given them. If we did not believe the left the unions the welfare class were just plain awful then we can see it clearly now.


     
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    snopercod | April 10, 2013 at 9:16 am

    In 1990, Thatcher was stabbed in the back by members of her own party – the equivalent of Americas’ RINOs – ostensiblly for her stubborn opposition to the European Union. Here’s what she said at the time:

    …in 1990, Mrs Thatcher foresaw with painful clarity the devastation [the EU] was bound to cause. Her autobiography records how she warned John Major, her euro-friendly chancellor of the exchequer, that the single currency could not accommodate both industrial powerhouses such as Germany and smaller countries such as Greece. Germany, forecast Thatcher, would be phobic about inflation, while the euro would prove fatal to the poorer countries because it would “devastate their inefficient economies”.

    Source: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/peteroborne/100064330/margaret-thatcher-knew-the-single-currency-would-devastate-europe/

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