Sunday, March 29, 2009

David Miliband: dishonest cunt

David Miliband, lying to a beach, yesterday.

Apparently, David "Batshit" Miliband has been commenting on Jacqui Smith's thieving ways.
Foreign Secretary David Miliband told the BBC's Andrew Marr show: "Jacqui Smith is doing an outstanding job as Home Secretary...

That, of course, is a bare-faced lie, but only what you would expect from a tribal bastard like Batshit; the man lies on reflex. Ask him his name and he would say that it was anything except "David".
"... what I know is that the system has to be much, much clearer than it was in the past.

"That's the purpose of the reforms that are being put into place.

Look, Batshit: you know when you are being dishonest. All of this second homes malarkey... You know, and we know, that whilst MPs, such as Tony McNulty, might be "within the rules" they are, in fact, acting dishonestly and with malice aforethought.

Stop trying to pretend otherwise, you fucking creep.
"The system has to be clear, above all in the interests of the public, so they can have trust and confidence."

I'm sorry, Dave, but how are the public going to have "trust and confidence" in MPs when the public is fully and painfully aware that the only thing stopping MPs from defrauding the taxpayer—even in these straightened times—is "clearer rules"?

Or, as I have said before, is it too much to ask that those who seek to rule us are not completely dishonest? The public know that it is too much to ask, and no amount of clearer systems or more straight-forward rules is ever going to convince them otherwise.

You are all liars and embezzlers, and we have not the slightest respect for you. So why don't you go away and quietly kill yourself, Dave?


Anonymous said...

There are a few openly honest MPs.
Try Dr Richard Taylor, Wyre Forest, Independent (Kiddeminster Health Concern). Served 2 terms so far after ousting (2001) the sitting Labour candidate with 58% of the vote with a turnout of 68%.

Lives in W Midlands and considers the train service to London adequate and does NOT need a second home in London. Does not claim local mileage in his consitituency because the number of miles is not worth the hassle to record and claim. He is retired from the NHS and considers his pension adequate to cover trivial expenses. Restricts the number of staff (non-family IIRC) to those he needs because once the office gets too unwieldy it becomes counterproductive and looses effectiveness.

Total cost (2006/07) £102k
627th out of 645. (625th - 647th from 2001/02 to 2006/07)

theyworkforyou lists him as average in several areas of performance but he has a particular strength in local provision of health care (and is sought after for his advice and experience). He has a weakness by being an independent without the strength of a big party and hence he is largely ignored when he wants to speak.

(Dr Taylor is my MP. Other than that, I have no links with him.)

JuliaM said...

""The system has to be clear..."

Do we have to list ALL the things they are not allowed to do, then? I'd have thought 'don't claim for porn' didn't need to be said...

Hacked Off said...

Millipede is fucking dangerous with a banana. Even John Cleese would be worried.

The Penguin

Mitch said...

Didn't he adopt some sprogs on expenses?

Wrinkled Weasel said...

Follow the Money

It's not Watergate, but the floodgates will open on the expenses saga quite soon.

The Daniel Hannan viral video has blown the bloody doors off. The rules are changing.

DK, you are one of the people who are changing the news agenda:

Anonymous said...

"straightened times"?

I find watched porn can do that to a man...

Roger Thornhill said...

Grief, imagine an MP at a fast food restaurant.

They grab a fat handful of BBQ, tartar, tomato and Brown sauce sachets. Further grabs of mustard, vinegar and mayonaise. A brick of napkins, 10 straws, 5 wooden stirrers, 17 chip forks and spoon out 3 heaped of chocolate flakes.

And they only bought a coffee.

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