Dear Red Rag (I don't know your name, so you can take your blog's name),
Like most left-wing blogs which rely more on rhetoric than on facts, you have comments turned off on your blog. Just as well or you'd be spending a lot of time moderating the truth to keep it quiet. Fortunately, after giving you a schooling on the forum, I figured I'd point out the fallacies in your laughable latest post about the economy.
What you did was link to this piece of advertising from Money Week (actually you linked to this video version of it, but some of my readers might prefer to read it), probably without reading / watching the piece, because it was predicting some doom & gloom in the economy and you figured that it must be discrediting the latest budget.
So, without further ado, let's take a look at exactly what you're saying, what Money Week is saying, and then we'll sum up a little conclusion about your views and how they fit in with this.
We are being deceived. I do not say this lightly, because it's a harsh accusation to throw at the government which ran this country for the last thirteen years, but I am also not known for pulling my punches where politicians are concerned. Over those thirteen years of Labour government, we lived on an unsustainable platform which I'm going to show you in detail.
First, we should look at Labour's economic legacy, then we'll go onto failing public services, and finally we'll look at the cuts being imposed by the coalition and why they're having to be made.