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Massie lays into the conservatives:

[The poster] wants to make a serious point about the seriousness of the deficit and then contradicts that seriousness by promising that the Tories won't cut anything that's popular. Then it asks us to take this as a sign of the party's seriousness about confronting long-term serious problems. Consequently, the poster, rather unfortunately, demonstrates a lack of seriousness.

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