Ulysses Everett McGill
- Aug 26, 2011
Sounds like Rees-Mogg who said not long ago that it's impossible to know what will happen to the economy in the future, then just a few days ago claims very matter-of-factly that Brexit will mean a 1.1t pound increase. Derp.When the official minister of finance (or whatever the portfolio is called in the UK) comes out and provides numbers of the net effect it would have on the economy when it is in fact incalculable, that is a lie of epic proportions.
and that's just one example of many on the bremoan side