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Oli C
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PostSubject: Parliamentary Fiscal Retardation Wed Jul 03, 2013 11:50 pm

MP's set to receive a 10K pay rise to boost their salary to £75k plus expenses.

£75k plus expenses and these thieving money grabbing bastards then have the nerve to look the public in the eye as they repeat stupid meaningless slogans?! In it together? Like hell we are. Pay rise? These idiots should be getting pay deductions! How many other jobs that require no professional qualification whatsoever pay that kind of money? What is it about their job that these politicians think should be remunerated to the tune of £75K plus expenses? Why are they even given expenses at all? If you can't afford to pay the cost of your own travel accommodation and food when you're on £75 damn K a year then you have serious fiscal retardation. I've seen less corruption in a banana republic. Suddenly places like the Ivory Coast don't seem like such a bad to live. Forget about leading by example. This is leading by watch me eat a £10 gourmet burger from Byrons bought with your money as I post pictures on twitter and pretend I'm working while you can barely afford to buy BBQ horse patties from Iceland and top up your dongle. And then these people dare to preach to us about the importance of budgeting?!

WANKERS!
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PostSubject: Re: Parliamentary Fiscal Retardation Sun Jul 07, 2013 9:59 pm

Very true words Oli, they really are the sticking pits of hell!

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