Friday, 6 March 2009

Ask the audience....

I asked a crowded room in South Norfolk tonight whether yesterday's decision by the Bank of England to push more money into the economy had made them feel more confident in their financial future or less.

Not a single hand went up for "more confident" - every single hand went up for less.

Nuff said....

4 comments:

Martin said...

People aren't as stupid as labour make them out to be.

Anonymous said...

What was your audience? Fellow tories you are geeing up ahead of the euros?

Did you honestly expect them to go either way and maybe express confidence in Labour???

Vicky Ford said...

The audience included many people who are not Tory members - but worried and concerned about their future.

Adrian P said...

People may not know about economics, but they have instincts, they can tell when someone is not what they Seem or pretent to be, Like the Bank of England is in fact ( just like the Federal Reserve in the US ) a PRIVATE COMPANY, and Parliament is a bought and paid for charade.

Who Do Gordon and Cameron Work forHyperInflation here we come