The coalition government is stuck in a perpetual U-turn at the end of cul-de-sac. Will they be digging bodies out of patios soon?
LONDON – England – David Cameron's socialist coalition government has taken another U-turn but this time it's stuck in a cul-de-sac.
With the people revolting, the economy tanking and the government dithering, is there any hope for the UK?
“The coalition government took a U-turn on all new policies last week, and they plan to take even more U-turns this week. In effect, the U-turns amount to going around in a circle. I guess we’re all stuck in a cul-de-sac as they keep on U-turning,” Jason Amberwich, a political commentator from Westminster told the Telegraph.
Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, however, is someone who does not take U-turns.
“He’s the only part of the government that is steadfast and continuing with his plan. He is increasing taxation by the second on everyone and everything. You just don’t get anyone else in the government who is as determined as this chap to keep on increasing taxation to levels beyond anything this country has ever seen. Now that is what I call determination in destroying all business, the economy and any hope of ever getting out of this godawful f*cking mess,” colonel Adam Saunders, a retired serviceman from Anglesey told the Daily Mail.