Friday, 25 January 2013

MPs again

Not content with trying to pull in the public to support a 32% pay rise the utter idiots in Westminster are so removed from reality that today on Radio 4 one of the Lib Dems was heard to claim during a debate on lowering the minimum age for voting tht"we do not apply a test for bigotry, stupidity or lack of understanding the whole picture to voters of any age above 18 so why should those below that age be subject to a proposed form of testing to see if they are sensible enough to vote"
I wonder if we are sensible enough to vote, all joking aside but once these so called elected representatives get their noses in the Westminster trough it seems that they soon forget that the rest of us idiotic half witted bigots put them there and pay to keep them there!
If the HMRC applied the tax rules to them that apply to the rest of us mortals then they would abandon the subsidised bars and restaurants, free public travel and jobs for families as they would be taxed as benefits in kind like the rest of us mere plebs.
As for understanding the big picture dont these idiots actually see what is happening outside of their 30 working week year?
Cunts the lot of them but sadly you get rid of them and another bunch takes over.
I suspect that the real reason the lefty loony libs and sole Green MP want the vote for 16 year olds is that teachers are their core supporters and likely to influence the next generation of soft as shite looney left and green voters. That or perhaps the realisation that when less than 30% of the registered public can be arsed to turn up and vote even when easy to fiddle postal voting is in place (for evidence of this see the recent police commissioner elections) it make the claim that you are elected with a mandate when it reality less than 20% of the country wants you there and if truth were known most wouldnt be upset if you all fell under a bus.
Parliament, wind your necks in and when you want my attention you can pull out your finger and give me the stuff I am still waiting for since I first voted in 1983.
Cunts!

5 comments:

Hippo said...

Listen, you Cunt, it is politically incorrect to use the P word.

Cro Magnon said...

The colour of one's rosette seems to have nothing to do with how one behaves when elected; they all want as much as they can get out of it, both for themselves and their families.

I used to have respect for police, politicians, lawyers, teachers, scout masters, etc. Now I don't; and they all have a lot of changing to do before I will again.

Bambibasher said...

Thanks for the feedback. Politically correct? May I refer m'learned friends to my signature line?

Hippo said...

I agree with Cro.

It could be argued we might do better if a qualification for becoming a Member of Parliament was having substantial private means. Thus being an MP would be a vocation rather than a career leaving members of the lower house free to concentrate on the task in hand instead of analyzing opinion polls, succumbing to the often irrational demands of pressure groups and scrabbling in any sordid way for money and prestige.

Perhaps we could also go for a minimum age, say fifty.

“The sort of people who, when time had softened their asperity and experience had taught them that they were not quite so intelligent as they thought, would turn into interesting and agreeable fellows.” W Somerset Maugham.

Hippo said...

I agree with Cro.

It could be argued we might do better if a qualification for becoming a Member of Parliament was having substantial private means. Thus being an MP would be a vocation rather than a career leaving members of the lower house free to concentrate on the task in hand instead of analyzing opinion polls, succumbing to the often irrational demands of pressure groups and scrabbling in any sordid way for money and prestige.

Perhaps we could also go for a minimum age, say fifty.

“The sort of people who, when time had softened their asperity and experience had taught them that they were not quite so intelligent as they thought, would turn into interesting and agreeable fellows.” W Somerset Maugham.