Tuesday, October 09, 2007

It's the little things that matter

Your humble Devil's contempt for our elected representatives is hardly a secret: their corruption of a once noble institution and venality at the expense of the public purse makes them easy to despise. Some might argue that many are decent people attempting to do good but I tend to think that these are rather rarer than hens' teeth.

And few things add to the impression of lack of courtesy, self-regard and arrogance more than the little things that they do; things like this...
Access to Services

Before the recess the Speaker approved the Administration Committee’s recommendation that Members should have priority access to services throughout the Commons part of the Parliamentary Estate.

With effect from today, staff and other users should be prepared to give way to Members when queuing for retail and catering services, the post office, travel office or when using other facilities such as lifts, photocopiers, telephone cubicles, etc.

When using parliamentary facilities, please bear in mind whether there is, or is likely to be, a heavy demand from Members and, if so, try to amend your own plans or schedule.

Peter Grant Peterkin
Serjeant at Arms

Sue Harrison
Director of Catering Services

Iain Dale has the list of the Administration Committee MPs who view themselves as being so very far above the proles that infest "their" building, so do feel free to send them their very own turd-in-a-box (once the mail strike's over, of course).

Iain also points out that Kerron Cross—"the voice of the delectable Left"—broke the story first, but I wouldn't have known that, since I find Kerron's voice to be precisely as delectable as would be going down on the foetid cunt, unwashed for six weeks, of an eighty-year-old whore in an equatorial country.

What a bunch of selfish, prideful fuckers we are ruled by. Your humble Devil yearns for a hung hanged Parliament.

A hung hanged Parliament.
The Hanged Man © 2007, Devil's Kitchen.


Roger Thornhill said...

After watching that irritating lying parasite Y Cooper on Daily Politics and thinking that vile creature could barge her undeserving bones to the front of the queue...

Trip her up, someone, and make her fly across the dining room with her tray spinning and her vegan gluten-free organic pasta slap into Cyclops' rancid fizz.

Fidothedog said...

I wonder if lard boy Prescott will reconsider leaving the House as an MP, after now he barge in to get the pick of the pies

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