Thatcher set the tone that means it's quite acceptable for a premiership football club to hire a fascist as manager.
I've also read in the UK, a Duke paid the same tax as a dustman, thanks to Thatcher, and later this led to riots.
The former Deputy Labour Leader of Liverpool City Council, Derek Hatton, joined in the scathing attacks on the late Baroness Thatcher and said his wished she had never been born.
Millionaire businessman Hatton, made his fortune in property and an internet company he launched with his son Ben.
Speaking in Liverpool, Hatton, 65, said: "I am certainly not going to join in the many people who are saying that they are glad that a human being has died.
"But what I would say though is that it is a pity she was ever born, and I regret that Thatcherism ever came about.
"The harm that she did in the country and particularly in this city was massive and I don't think anyone will ever forget that."
MP George Galloway provoked angry reactions on Twitter today after apparently expressing his satisfaction at the death of Baroness Thatcher.
The Respect MP for Bradford West wrote "Tramp the dirt down" on his feed - the name of a song by Elvis Costello in which he attacks the former Conservative prime minister.Mr Galloway's reference comes from a song by Costello, in which he sings: "When England was the whore of the world / Margaret was her madam.
It continues: "'Cos when they finally put you in the ground / They'll stand there laughing and tramp the dirt down."
In a further message on the social networking site, Mr Galloway added: "Thatcher described Nelson Mandela as a "terrorist". I was there. I saw her lips move. May she burn in the hellfires."