Friday, May 26, 2006

Why The Hell Are We Paying Galloway?

From The Independent:

In an interview with GQ magazine, the reporter asked him: "Would the assassination of, say, Tony Blair by a suicide bomber - if there were no other casualties - be justified as revenge for the war on Iraq?"Mr Galloway replied: "Yes, it would be morally justified. I am not calling for it - but if it happened it would be of a wholly different moral order to the events of 7/7. It would be entirely logical and explicable."

What a twat… I’m no fan of Blair, the astute amongst you may have heard me say “That Bastard Blair” after the occasional sweet sherry, but I’m hardly sanctioning his assassination. Jees….

Let’s approach this from a slightly different direction though shall we? Let’s ask the question:

"Would the assassination of, say, Saddam Hussein by a suicide bomber - if there were no other casualties - be justified as revenge for the gassing of the Kurdish people?"

What do you think his answer would be?

Now it gets worse…. Where do we find the honourable member for Bethnal Green and Bow? That’s right…. Cuba having dinner with Castro. Even Ken Livingstone hasn’t gone that far (yet!).

From the
BBC: "Controversial British MP George Galloway has made a surprise appearance on live Cuban television. He defended Cuban President Fidel Castro against allegations made by a US magazine that he has amassed a personal fortune of $900m (£477m). "

£59,000 of our tax money per year goes to paying this tosser... I think it's only fair that we get something back. Unless he can prove to us that a good number of his constituents came to surgery and said "what we really want is you to go for a party with Commie dictators".

MPs should be serving the interests of their constituencies, ministers and frontbenchers (and shadow ministers and frontbenchers) should be serving the interests of the country at large. Galloway is doing neither, and yet we're paying him.

Oona King was on Question Time last night saying that she idn't feel hard done by losing her seat, she was pro-war and said to people if you don't agree then use your vote. However I would feel hard done by losing to Galloway. He takes no interest in his constituency, he takes no interest in Britain.

When he should be here

He's here

So much for RESPECT!

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