Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Letter of the day

Sir, With reference to David Cameron's "bazookanomics" approach to resolving the eurozone crisis: I have shot bazookas during military training. The targets were abandoned stationary tanks.
The weapon is not very accurate. In real action, if you miss, the weapon flash locates the shooter - accurately. The tank's weaponry will not miss. Hence the average life expectancy of a bazooka-shooter in the field is measured in minutes. It is the same in real-life economics.

Fred Simmons,

Today's FT


Blogger Welshcakes Limoncello said...

Now we know!

9:05 am  
Anonymous kinglear said...

I would have thought Cameron would be better using eg Manroy's 50 calibre machine guns - certain death to anything standing in the way

5:47 pm  
Blogger Winchester whisperer said...

Salve WL!

To be used on AS, KL?

10:33 am  

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