Saturday, November 30, 2013
Maggie The Great
These posting are slightly premature, but at some point in the near future, only 11 years, we shall be celebrating the great lady’s 100th birthday. Maggie Thatcher – who broke more ceilings in the British Empire than any other modern post-feminist gal – was the head of Britain’s Conservative Party from 1975 to 1990, an astonishing accomplishment in itself, and Prime Minister of Britain for 11 years from 1979 to 1990, the last year the governance of Britain made any sense at all.
Here is the great lady having fun with the guys, Maggie being Maggie:
And here she is on budgeting by borrowing. Members of Connecticut's General Assembly should take notice:
Here is Maggie dispensing with the British equivalent of Jay Carney, bidding good bye to her friends and opponents:
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