Apparent Conservatives Rebuke Old Stateswoman Through Initial Countermessages

It was a childish and short-lived meme, but I think it bears curation for posterity. The hidden messages in these gushing tributes to Margaret Thatcher were not initially apparent to moderators but have since been removed.

I make no comment or judgement on the messages; I merely preserve them for the record as they have now been deleted from their original location. I am not the author of any of them.

http://blog.conservatives.com/index.php/2013/04/10/margaret-thatcher-your-tributes/#comment-740608

Comment by Martin Williams on April 10, 2013 at 11:14 am

Saviour. Heroine. Inspiration. Thatcher.

http://blog.conservatives.com/index.php/2013/04/10/margaret-thatcher-your-tributes/#comment-740611

Comment by Brian Jones on April 10, 2013 at 11:14 am

Britain has lost a true leader and a strong woman.
Unfortunately she has passed away, but fond memories live on.
Resolute in the face of opposition, she did not stray from her path.
No leader since has shown her courage, strength or wisdom.
I understand that she was a divisive figure, but she made the hard choices.
No matter what you thought of her politics, you can respect her resilience.
Her policies changes the lives of millions.
Entire generations lifted into places they did not think were possible.
Let’s not be sad she’s gone.
Let’s be happy we had the chance to know her at all.

http://blog.conservatives.com/index.php/2013/04/10/margaret-thatcher-your-tributes/#comment-740628

Comment by Eleanor Johnson on April 10, 2013 at 11:18 am

A wonderful legacy.
Respectless leftists will not dim her memory.
She rescued this country from the unions.
Ever in our hearts.

http://blog.conservatives.com/index.php/2013/04/10/margaret-thatcher-your-tributes/#comment-740717

Comment by Michael Wiggins on April 10, 2013 at 11:43 am

So saddened by this terrible news.
Could not have given more for this country in her time.
Under her leadership Britain rose again.
Miss you Iron Lady.

http://blog.conservatives.com/index.php/2013/04/10/margaret-thatcher-your-tributes/#comment-740791

Comment by Cherr Mann on April 10, 2013 at 12:03 pm

Rarely has one person done so much for the world
Everyone alive today has been touched by her leadership.
An incredible strength of will and purpose:
Defied all those who tried to halt the march of progress.
Millions were lifted out of poverty,
And millions more given hope for the future.
Our sincere condolences.

http://blog.conservatives.com/index.php/2013/04/10/margaret-thatcher-your-tributes/#comment-744315

Comment by Reginald Witherbottom on April 11, 2013 at 12:13 am

Did she surpass Churchill?
Is she our greatest?
No contest!
Greatest!

Do we capitulate to the Left?
Or do we rise to our station?
No question!
Grantham’s finest shows the way!

Thatcher, we will always miss you.
Her name will never be forgotten.
Eternally grateful, we must be.

Who else could have lead us out of darkness?
Inpossible to think of any other.
Thatcher was the one and only.
Cherished in our memories.
Her legacy lives on.

Insurmountable vision.
Such passion for our good.

Death cannot stop her project.
England’s finest.
All of Britain mourns.
Do not give up the Conservative fight!

http://blog.conservatives.com/index.php/2013/04/10/margaret-thatcher-your-tributes/#comment-746429

Comment by Zizi Savoy on April 11, 2013 at 11:50 am

Greatness,
Adeptness.
Never-tiring
Gargantuan.
Not-for-turning,
All-encompassing,
Margaret.

Strong,
Triumphant
Years;
Lifetimes
Enduring.

http://blog.conservatives.com/index.php/2013/04/10/margaret-thatcher-your-tributes/#comment-752795

Comment by Francis fluteyfields on April 12, 2013 at 10:40 am

@renigald.

Your poetic musings do her a great honor.
I hope my own can come close.

Centuaries of oppression
ended when she crushed the
lying unions despite their
attacks, ensuring a
bright future for all.

Returning she may not be,
rlways in our hearts
thatcher remains our leader,
enduring till the end.

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