Monday, 22 June 2009

The Common People have chosen a new speaker?


That's what I heard... "The Common People have chosen a new speaker"...What?

You mean that bunch of lying, thieving, self righteous and dishonourable sham of reprobates who call themselves our MP's are the common people?

NO, THEY'RE NOT, WE ARE AND WE DIDN'T CHOOSE ANYTHING!

Just do not fucking pretend you give a shit about us, we would not have chosen any of the candidates!


John Bercow, one of the most heavily tipped Conservative candidates for the Speaker’s chair, faces questions over his expenses claims after he “flipped” his second home from his constituency to a £540,000 flat in London and claimed the maximum possible allowances for it.

Mr Bercow, a former member of the shadow cabinet, claimed a total of £143,455 in second home allowances between 2001 and 2008.

Land registry records show that in May 2003, six months after he got married, Mr Bercow sold his constituency home in Adstock, Bucks, for £162,000 and bought a deta ched house in Bucking ham for £145,950. The records do not show how much Mr Bercow paid for the Adstock house, or how much profit he made when he sold it.

In September 2003, Mr Bercow sold a flat in Victoria, London for £335,000, which he had bought in 1998 for an undisclosed sum. He and his wife, Sally, then bought a flat in a Georgian block nearby for £540,000. Homeowners are required to pay capital gains tax on the profit on the sale of any property which is not their main residence.

Honourable people do not steal from the common people.

FFS!

5 comments:

  1. That monkey would have been a better speaker.
    The whole thing is a farce and an insult.
    As you say Sue, the public have no say in any of this shit, a General Election, that is what WE want, not this little game of musical chairs.
    It clearly shows the contempt this fucking bastard government has for the people of these islands

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  2. It does I'm afraid. I have no faith in any of it!

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  3. Check out Obo's blog - I think he sums it up perfectly in the last paragraph of his post. And the monkey would have made a better Speaker!

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  4. "Pickpocket parliament appoints new Fagin"
    A classic comment posted to the Times.
    They really are on another astral plane, it was Labour that voted for Bercow, the vote was virtually identical to their commons majority.

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  5. Any chance of Jercows own consituency party deselecting him for treachery ?

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