Narcissistic Moralistic Anachronism to the Hundredth Power
Back on track however with austerity - at today's joint appearance by Clegg and Cameron the following statement -
We may be seeing the first signs of recognition that people like me who bought into the reduction of the deficit also need to hear and see concrete plans and agenda for growth. I personally believe the two are not mutually exclusive ideals - that we can plan for growth and cut the deficit.And on Tuesday both Mr Cameron and Mr Clegg went further, arguing that austerity was not an end in itself but a means to an end of improving the economy and making life easier for people at home. In other words, a hint of sunshine amid the gloom.
"Austerity alone does not create growth," Mr Clegg said. It is a necessary but not sufficient step. But the end, what we are absolutely dedicated towards, is creating jobs, creating prosperity, creating investment, creating opportunity, creating optimism and hope in our country."