Who are in better conditions than four years ago?

Leire Pajín

The new Spanish Minister for Health,Social Policies and Equality, Leire Pajín, has said that “families are in much better conditions now than 6 years ago, because of Socialist policies“.

Opposition MPs have reminded her that “2,5% can’t afford to eat meat nor fish, 7.7% can’t afford to pay the house rent or its mortgage and 37% can’t afford to cope with a unexpected payment“.

But numbers from charity NGO Cáritas are really bad: “In the last two years, the number of users cared for by Cáritas’ hosting net has doubled. In 2007 there were 370,251, in 2008, 633,315 and in 2009 786,273“.

I don’t know what the hell this woman is thinking about. That we are all idiots? Or in the “Socialists” (and other politicians) whose lifes have improved during these past six years?

Well, I guess this guy does not agree with Miss Pajín…:mrgreen:

Vote Zapatero and come with me to the fucking street

Vote Zapatero and come with me to the fucking street

3 comments on “Who are in better conditions than four years ago?

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  2. Aguador says:

    Desde luego, ella sí que está “in better condition than 6 years ago”. A todos los sueldazos que cobra añade ahora el de menestra… y sin saber hacer la O con un canuto en materia médica. Claro que para quien la ha nombrado (dudo que haya sido ZP, porque él “sólo” quería quitar a Corbacho) eso es lo de menos. Y así nos va…

    • Claudia says:

      :mrgreen:

      Claro que para quien la ha nombrado (dudo que haya sido ZP, porque él “sólo” quería quitar a Corbacho) eso es lo de menos.

      Te he mandado un correo. Espero que lo hayas recibido.
      Según ella, nos va maravillosamente, pero yo cada día veo más pobres, más gente en los comedores de Cáritas, más gente que no paga porque materialmente no puede, etc…

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