How low can politicians stoop?

The ship of tossers

Might this just work?

Soubry

4 comments for “How low can politicians stoop?

  1. mona
    January 30, 2019 at 3:44 pm

    If I saw Anna Sourbry flaked out on a park bench this morning, I would piss on her just to warm her up, the vodka would have stopped her freezing so all would be well.

  2. Errol
    January 30, 2019 at 7:35 pm

    There’s a simple cure for all these creatures: recall. All MPs (and public officials) should live under the permanent axe of referism and recall.

    Let’s see Soubry start to whinge, rant and whine when as soon as she voices her first dissent, she finds herself redundant, down the dole office with her pension revoked.

    Let’s see the useless Ipswich town clerk hiking council tax when he also finds himself on the dole, redundant, his six figure salary not only revoked, but demanding return for the past month served, with all pension rights revoked.

    The good ones – JRM to name but one – understand they are servants of the public. Their job is to argue the case for their opinion, to attempt to sway with reason and argument difference and to provide information to their masters, but always, always to know that they are the servant and that when masters speaks, they obey.

  3. January 30, 2019 at 10:24 pm

    We can only wait for March 29th and see now.

  4. Ted Treen
    February 2, 2019 at 3:04 am

    “How low can politicians stoop?”

    Just when you think they’ve reached the absolute nadir, one – or more – of them will descend even further and surprise you.

    I suppose there’s no limit, really.

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