Sadly I think she has viewed history through a very large set of rose tinted spectacles
A huge thanks to the ignorant right wingers who made this happen but also to the senior citizens in their rose tinted spectacles
who voted leave to reinstate the vision of a long gone pre-war world.
In taking this view they, and EEF, are not looking at the EU through rose tinted spectacles
Join in the bee and butterfly campaign Come on lads and lasses It's time to raise our glasses And time to be aware Of all of our nature everywhere Rose tinted spectacles
are allowed, too, To make up for only spotting a few Shades can be worn by those who are cool In this campaign there are no strict rules We enjoy their colours and jars of honey But don't think about just making money They've got nothing these beautiful insects And we should treat them with the respect Get your boots on all you lads and lasses It's time to aim higher and learn in classes I like to wander and find my way Which species will I find today?
DEAR Editor, The article headed 'Airport job hopes raise a few ghosts' (Post, April 10) caused me to reflect that maybe I'm not the only reader who has grown very cynical towards the Post's relentless cockeyed s optimist, rose tinted spectacles
, opinion-forming propaganda.
I expect people might think I would say that but I don't usually come in with rose tinted spectacles
On one stall, they were giving out rose tinted spectacles
, and I took a pair and went off to try them at the Pier Head.
Even if you have owned some exotic wheels later in life, the usually wheezing old banger that eased you into the cut and thrust of everyday motoring remains a lasting memory viewed through heavily rose tinted spectacles
, writes IAN JOHNSON.
He did not take a romanticised or rose tinted spectacles
IT IS almost reassuring to see that staunch Labour apologist Rob Pocock is spouting his usual nonsense, the situation seen surely as only he sees it, through his red rose tinted spectacles
Take off the rose tinted spectacles
and see things as they are not as they used to be.
We are stuck in the 1980s, aspects of Thatcherism are adhered to by UK business as though written in stone and they are supported by a media which views the Thatcher years through rose tinted spectacles
The businessman on arrival at Newcastle International Airport will have his first impressions of the area, so please Mr Laws, take off the rose tinted spectacles
This obsession at looking to the past through rose tinted spectacles
is just Liverpool reverting to type.
It seems clear to me that Mr Cullen is living in a bygone age and even so still sees everything through rose tinted spectacles