Wednesday, 27 May 2009

Stop Whinging



Why is it that the female MP's seem to be whinging about getting caught more than the men? Julie Kirkbride is the latest whinger and believe me, I'm sick of it.

Miss Kirkbride & Mr Mackay (are these people married?) have, over the last seven years claimed a grand total of £1,722,076. The figures were totalled from "They Work for You" (that's a laugh). Whether they followed the rules or not, they have both broken the primary rules of their "Code of Conduct". Nearly Two million pounds, that's without their wages and anything else they have been earning on the side.


Each MP that has been caught should read this book again.


Holders of public office should take decisions solely in terms of the public interest. They should not do so in order to gain financial or other material benefits for themselves, their family, or their friends. That means Miss Kirkbride's brother and sister. A steaming great mansion and a flat in Westminster and presumably also the constituency house they share.


Holders of public office are accountable for their decisions and actions to the public and must submit themselves to whatever scrutiny is appropriate to their office. So, all those MP's who are trying to pass the buck, STOP!  

YOU ARE ACCOUNTABLE FOR YOUR DECISIONS AND ACTIONS, NOBODY ELSE!

Shut the f*ck up, the lot of you and take responsibility just as we have to!

3 comments:

  1. They won't bother to re=read The Green Book, because their snouts get in the way.

    Kirkbride and Mackay seem (stress seem) to have committed a conspiracy to deliberately defraud by claiming for second homes on both homes (one in London and the other in Bromsgrove.

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  2. They've had alot of money from the taxpayer. It's the whinging when they get caught that annoys me and the pleas of "I'm innocent", that really sickens me.

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  3. Its listen to the soundbites "within the rules", I swear if I hear about piggy MP say that I will throw something at the telly(again)

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