Wednesday, January 21, 2009
Do As We Say Not As We Do
The tax bill deadline is looming and your god Gutternsipe has submitted, as is required, a hefty breakdown of every financial coming and going in my last business year. This is, I am led to believe, a legal requirement.
So given that I have to do a breakdown of all this and keep records of my expenses in case the government think I’m conning money out of them why is it not the case for our MPs?
Why, pray tell do our MPs even have the right to vote about whether or not we see their expenses? And why the fuckety fuck is Gordon Brown three line whipping them to vote for this block.
Nick Clegg said:
“At a time when families are having to count every penny, it is outrageous that MPs are seeking to hide how they spend their money”
But it’s not their money is it Nick? It’s fucking ours…. Yours… mine.
All through this rotten cunt core these bastards insist on bringing in fucking systems so that they can avoid the same shit they load us down with…. Don’t believe me? Well here’s a few.
This fucking expenses block – if you spend £22K on a second home this year they’ll want to know what on, and not take it off your tax bill.
Smoking ban – Doesn’t apply within Houses of Parliament
Restrictions on Happy Hours and low cost alcohol – Houses of Parliament retain their subsidised bars and wine cellars
Education – How many Labour MPs have voted against your children having the same education they got?
“One Labour MP considering rebelling said that doing so posed considerable risks. “Not only could you face sanctions from the whips, I would also face considerable sniping from colleagues if I tried to oppose this,” he said. “You have to watch for the blade between the shoulders.”
So… sniping from colleagues? You fucking make me sick. I urge everyone who reads this to find out who this Labour MP is and come the next election make sure he has no votes at all.