so the truth is out.
whoever the next government are, they will be making massive spending cuts to our public services
brilliant eh (!) they give themselves a pay rise, massive expense accounts and a second home while we have to put up with savage cuts in funding to our public services (!)
lets just kick them all out (!)
Even the Prime Minister is up to it.
he says all he was guilty of, was of overpaying someone!
yeah right, why not try cleaning your own house, you lazy man, like the rest of us have to.
and dont give me all that “but ive got lots of public functions to attend” rubbish, some people have to hold down 3 jobs just to feed their families.
and whats your wife doing? she doesnt need to work, not with all the money youre on, cant she clean the house if youre so busy?
and as for that other bloke, if you like ducks so much, get down the park and feed them in the pond, like the rest of us!
is being a politician a career or a vocation?
if its a career, then stop bleeting on about wanting to do the job for the good of the country and its people!
if its a vocation, then how about leading by example and paying yourselves the average monthly wage of the regular joe bloggs
believe me that’ll still be well above what alot of low paid workers are on, doing jobs you probably wouldnt touch, even with your opposite numbers, fully expenses paid, barge pole.
and in case this looks like a biased attack on an already defeated mr brown, like kicking a man when hes down, how about the fact that our next prime minister, the person in charge of making these “savage spending cuts”, could be a man with a net worth of £30 million (!)
it stinks, but i doubt he can smell it, from his ivory tower, situated far far away from the local privy
and i doubt very much he’ll be needing the “public” services, that we wont be able to use for much longer either!
really theres only one way to get to these people, and thats to reject the lot of them!
if they really thought for one minute that we could and would vote them all out, then they would soon change their tune, wake up to reality, and get in touch with what its like to live as an ordinary person, in the real world
while we’re at it, who exactly are we paying back this humungous national debt to anyway? not the same bankers who got us into this mess in the first place, surely!!!!
phew!!! and relax!!!!!
of course these are only my personal views, and are in no way related, to my function as a “none of the above box” on the filton and bradley stoke ballot paper
these are the reasons, i personally, would use a none of the above box, but other people’s reasons could be totally different.
and if other people actually support any of these people and parties, fair play to them, its a democracy after all, and they are completely entitled to their opinion and voting preference, as i am mine
so thats why i personally would like to see a “none of the above” box on the ballot paper.
in fact in my opinion, the most democratic thing any government could do would be to put a “none of the above” box on every ballot paper and then make voting compulsory.
but i wont hold my breath waiting
Mr Vote Zero None Of The Above
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