Wednesday, 29 July 2009

Clear cut

It must take a lot of will power to stop saying the word "cut", but Labour is having a good go.

They need to if the PM is going to keep up the weary call that the Tories want cuts and his party wants investment.

A previous favourite replacement word of ministers was "reprioritisation", but Mandy seems to favour "fiscal adjustment" now.

I imagine to really cut out "cut" comprehensively one would have to stop using it in all its forms.

Ministers probably only go for “hair curtailments” these days, and at the weekend go outside to “shave” the grass.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Given a chance I'd reprioritise that sneaky blighter into little pieces.

Oldrightie said...

I'd like him fisted by some young past victim even fiscally would work.

Hipponess said...

Idea behind this of course, is most of the Tabloid readers won't have a clue what they were talking about. Pity Mandy ain't being reprioritised anytime soon.

Lord Mandelbottom of Marrakech said...

Mr Dog, you are naughty, but I have taken a shine to you. I must remember to lure you into my office for some after work 'interviews'.

Much Love (to all my admirers, but not Blinky or Postman Pat)

Mandy

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