Sunday, 2 May 2010

Thieves who want more; bent ex-MPs standing for election

As Peter Oborne points out in the Mail today, a number of thieving, corrupt scum ex-MPs have got the front to stand again for election, amongst them Francis Maude, ex-Squeaker Bercow, Greg Barker, Jacqui Smith and Hazel Blears, Sandra Gidley, Paul Holmes and Richard Younger-Ross.

This means our next Parliament could be a bit like putting first-time juvenile offenders in the same prison as seasoned old lags. The old thieves will boast that they got away with hundreds of thousands by lying and fraud, and the newbies will comb through the new rules avariciously seeking loopholes.

Unless of course the voters in their constituencies do the honourable thing and turf the thieving scum out.

1 comment:

Robert said...

Is that all you could dredge up?

How about Cameron, Clegg and Brown?

All had questions about their expenses. Gordon has lived at the tax payers expense for 13 years and still I believe claims for a flat he bought at a knock down price from ex labourite shyster who's name eludes me.