Rest in peace great lady.
Now I will rant...I have been following politics for over 50 years and I can't believed the disgusting behavior of the left on the news of her death....I mean to celebrate and party at the news of her death is unbelieveable. You would think its as low as it can get when at your so called rallys you burn our troops in effigy but now this to say the things they have after she has died is unforgiveable, For once I am at a loss for words. You lefties should be ashamed of yourself and be denoucing these activities.
"God Bless Our Troops in Harms Way."
But you should be ashamed of yourself for this racist thread.
Perhaps you should practise what you preach.
ive known quite a few brits,most bon and raised in england then moved to the us in the 70's.most flat out refuse to buy anything british made because they believe they are utter piles of crap.
most british cars ive seen in the seventies had the quality of something crafted by a drunk and the technology of amodelt.
thatcher didnt kill british manufacturing,the labour party id.before thatcher came in,the british govt kept subsidizing companies that were failing because they were producing extremely poor quality products while paying top dollars to their employyees.by the late seventies englands economy became stagnant,and it was evident that if the labour party had continues,the british economy would have fully collapsed.
the lack of competition came as the country protected failing companies,allowing them to fail even further while being protected,until the point they were socialized,meaning they never became efficient,never were able to handle free trade,and were only good if all other competition was eliminated and they were the only companies available.
“You can lead a horse to water, but it is probably crowded with all those people you taught to fish.”
It's strange how when a sycophantic msm isn't orchestrating a positive take on the likes of Reagan or Thatcher, there is an outpouring of hatred...................
But never mind...the shame is on them who have rejoiced in a fellow traveler's death.
And, no--anticipating future posts--I wouldn't rejoice at the death of even a Pol Pot, much less a person whose political idealogy I didn't share. Draw your own conclusions about those who celebrate death in this shameful way.