Monday, April 8, 2013

Rest In Peace,

What a Lady. Rest In Peace.

13 comments:

The Vintage Hottie known as O!Daddie said...

Many people weren't fond of Lady Margaret, but I thought she was DA BOMB! Yes, RIP.

kent said...

check out her article 28 of the local gavernment act of 1988 she was a mixed bag lots of retoric sound bites

LORD PATRICK said...

She was an outstanding woman

Butch 57 said...

she had her good points she should took the royal family off the socialist dollar too

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Stan said...

One of the greatest contributors to income inequality.

karl said...

The vast majority of people here in the UK hated Thatcher.

UKDude said...

Ding!-Dong! The witch is dead!

Jack Scott said...

As one Englishman stated above, she was never appreciated in her own country by a great number of English citizens. That is a shame because she saved them from dangers they evidently never perceived.

In this country, she was very much appreciated in her time as a reliable supporter of our own great reformer, Ronald Reagan. In today's climate in the United States with the majority of the U.S. citizens content to make do with a President who will never measure up to her talent or her understanding of world affairs, there is little appreciation for her. In fact, those born in the last 25 years probably asked, "Margaret Who?" when they heard of her death.

Not only did she and Reagan sever the world well in their own time, the best we can hope for is that when the Obama era is finished, someone of Thatcher's and Reagan's stature will be around to clean up the mess.

Jack Scott

Koba said...

Trying to bite my tongue.... There! It worked! My mother always used to say, if you can't say anything good about someone, then don't say anything at all.

jack said...

F**k that, shit! May she and Ronnie rot in hell!

Adonis said...

Respect to a lady.
Back in the '80's, when Greece was taken by socialist enthousiasm and reached to a step before crash, there was a man of the same ideology with Margaret Thatcher, who tried to clean up the mess and rule the economy. That man was Konstantinos Mitsotakis, as hated and not appreciated in his country as Thatcher in the UK. He didn't make it; he wasn't allowed to make it. And everybody knows where this country has reached. Now Mitsotakis, at the age of 95, is recognised as the only politician in the last 40 years who tried to make reforms. But it's too late...
RIP, Margaret Thatcher. Sometime they 'll understand.

Andrew said...

No self-respecting gay man should think good of her. As Kent said, Section 28. Thousands of gay teens unable to seek advice of teachers against bullying because the teachers feared losing their jobs.

Oh and in the UK we think universal healthcare is a GOOD thing, so her attempted dismantling of it was a BAD thing.