MPs secret pay rise

#2
Why are we complaining? - We voted* the kunts in! (The sooner we get rid off the current bunch of dross the better. Good start last week.)

* Not me personally
 
#3
I think it is about time we had an inquiry into the last general election and find out just who did vote for New Liarbour as I don't know of a single person who will admit to putting their cross next to one of the lying cnuts
 
#4
But it is not just the liar barstewards! Every MP from every party has their nose so deep in the trough they cannot breathe. We need proper power to control the thieving knuts.
 
#5
This strengthens my belief that the only person who entered the house with good intentions was Guido Fawkes
 
#6
Perhaps a performance related pay system should be used, only get paid when they turn up to the Palace of Westminster, or attend their respective constituency offices/duties.
And rather than the second house system why not put them up in accomodation with a pay as you dine facility.
 
#7
Come on, Gordon Brown is all about understanding our problems, thats what 'makes him tick'

W*a*n*k*e*r*s the lot of them, not that Cameron and Co would be any better but it would be nice to see what its like. OT, i believe most people who voted Lairbore were from north of the border who if i'm not mistaken have there own devolved parliament (Which isn't their fault, good on em). I think that had the vote not included the Scots the Conservatives would be sat in No 10 now. (But i may be mistaken)
 
#8
Lib Dem MP Norman Baker, a leading campaigner against Westminster sleaze, said: “This sounds quite wrong. There needs to be an independent assessment

Bet he turns it down when it happens then. NOT!

MPs claimed an average of £136,000 in expenses and allowances last year.

That's a lot of receipts
 
#10
To get rid of this bunch of incompetent rabble can I advise that you have all registered to vote - you do need to check with your electoral officer in your home town. You will be surprised to find how many of you were disenfranchised at the last general election
 
#11
boelynbulldog said:
This strengthens my belief that the only person who entered the house with good intentions was Guido Fawkes
LMAO! What an astute observation... and such a quotable one as well. :lol:

Here's a question for you, how many of your crooked politicians were crooked lawyers first? Seems like all of ours fit into that catagory...
 
#12
It stinks, they stink, the whole confraternity at Westminster are inhabiting a dungheap of their own making and are reveling in the mire of their self servitude, fueled by the morally bankrupt crew at the top lead by Broon and that Glaswegian dwarf martin (no capital letter for HIM by God).

"Enough!, Go!, Begone!, for we are done with you, each and all of you, coxcombs, mountebanks and mummers, scoundrels and jackanapes, pretenders to you own delusions, depart I say, lest your blood soil this place."
 
#13
Bugsy. said:
I'm not sure what all the fuss is about, they work hard for us and deserve every penny they get.
Either destined to a short posting career, or a practices wah. I suspect the latter
 
#15
MPs recognise there is growing outrage about their salaries and perks, but also complain that their pay compares badly with company bosses and senior civil servants.
An obvious statement that they are far removed from the working class.

Not too long a go it was a 26% payrise and the only thing all parties agreed on.

Are there still those that believe every UK citizen must vote? For who exactly?
 
#16
I love the way they are claiming this is only fair as it is in line with senior managment work in the private sector.I wish these parasites would just c*nt off and realise that they are public servants.Do they think that a tom serving in the sandpit is there to line his pockets?THATS WHY ITS CALLED PUBLIC SERVICE YOU C*NTS.I wonder what a fair compensation plan for a soldier would look like if he was to compare his PUBLIC SERVICE to the private sector?Many of my oppo's are on a lot more than the gubmint doles out for risking ones neck in a shooty places.Parasites one and all.





/rant off
 
#17
Liars, thieves, and corrupt to a man (woman too if you preffer)Every last one of them needs a reminder that they are supposed to serve us and not exploit us for every penny they can get.
Scum. Ought to hang a few from lamp posts and remind them of their function
 
#18
Perhaps they know full well that thier stuffed in the next election, and thus are atempting to get as much money out of us as possible.
 
#19
Can't be underpaid. There are always plenty of applicants for the jobs. Back to the days when they were unpaid methinks. They might learn a bit from a proper job and they'd have less time for pointless legislation.
 
#20
pyrogenica said:
Bugsy. said:
I'm not sure what all the fuss is about, they work hard for us and deserve every penny they get.
Either destined to a short posting career, or a practices wah. I suspect the latter
That wasn't from me, Pyrogenica. But I can imagine who did it. Ah well, immature minds and all that.

Back on track: I reckon MPs' dosh should be even less than it is. That'd sort out the fückin' wasters! If they complain that those in industry and commerce get more than them, let 'em go and try to find a job there. It's exactly for that reason that they become MPs in the first place.

MsG
 

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