January 31st, 2014

Quote of the Day

Peter Oborne on the self delusions of the political class

“They are convinced that they are underpaid, under-appreciated and asked to uphold standards that would never be expected from an ordinary person. This view needs challenging as urgently as ever. Five years after the expenses investigation revealed evidence of criminality, fraud, cheating and greed among a substantial minority of MPs, there is still a problem.”


10 Comments

  1. 1
    UKIP Hillingdon says:

    If you agree with theiving, fiddling, flipping, dishonesty, fraud, groping, arrogance, self serving hypocrites, have I missed anything, EU subservience leading to the the Socialist Republic of the EU, corporations using open borders to lower our standard of living and over taxation to prop up the Establishment, keep voting for the One Party Establishment inbreds.
    If not, let’s become a voluntary rebel army, kick them all out by voting UKIP
    Starting on May 22nd.

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    • 2
      Fuck the LibLabCon says:

      Seconded

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    • 3
      BIGEARS says:

      If last nights disgracefully rigged vote in Parliament is any indication of things to come one day we will need a proper ‘rebel army’ never mind just voting UKIP.

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      • 4
        The morally corrupt EU slaves says:

        Only 97 MP’s voted to deport foreign rapists, murderers and terrorists.
        That’s what we’re up against. The 97 should have the guts to resign from their disgusting political party and start the rebel army.
        The 97 have got the vast majority of Britons supporting them.

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      • 6
        broderick crawford says:

        BRING BACK CROMWELL !!

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    • 8
      Sungei Patani says:

      UKIP, at the European Parliament have proved themselves to be one of the biggest set of troughers of the lot.

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      • 9
        Oink, oink, EU fascists says:

        We ‘ve got you flapping sunshine, hope you don’t play poker.
        After May 22nd we’ll have more MEP’s, more funding, more exposure, more support and more time to canvass in the UK up to the General Election. It’s a lesson in democracy.
        Squeal little piggy.

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  2. 10
    Rightwinggit says:

    What is “a substantial minority”?

    Confusing phrase……

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