Tuesday, 12 October 2010

Anti-climax at Treasury questions...

What a bore Johnson and Osborne were in the House today – not a patch on the scrap between Michael Gove and Andy Burnham yesterday, (see below).

I suppose Johnson didn’t want to get too involved in a ruckus which showed up his lack of detailed knowledge.

And it would have been rather base of Osborne to pound a weaker opponent for it on his first day, may as well stick to policy and seem the bigger man.

Either way, I hope Johnson finds his fight soon because a good face off between the two has an awful lot of potential.

2 comments:

Oldrightie said...

"Either way, I hope Johnson finds his fight soon because a good face off between the two has an awful lot of potential."

Showing some immaturity here, Lobbydog. The "fight" and "face off" useage is not what we need after 13 years of failure but a mature consensus how to get out of a mess these people will never have to personally suffer.

Lobbydog said...

Far from it Oldrightie. Democracy thrives off the clash of ideas. Time to pull down that dusty copy of Mill's "On Liberty" from the shelf.

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