Originally Posted by Bonhomme Richard
No time for that liberal tripe. Too busy watching 24 on Netflix.
Basically bang on apart from some of the other stuff she did. In the end was a heroine for those who didn't vote for her, and Cruella De Ville for those who didn't.
Originally Posted by Buster
Ironically, it was Judy Garland singing "Over The Rainbow" from the movie "The Wizard of Oz" that has special meaning in England. The movie was shown just when English cities started having blackouts due to Germany bombing them at the start of WWII.
Originally Posted by Soberphobia
The thought of a hopeful, optimistic rainbow in the same sky as the dark German planes bombing England is a strange contrast to contemporary "ding-dong" criticism of the late Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.