Wednesday, December 15, 2010
Stop feeding the filth
We have today yet another graphic example of the inability of leader writers to join the dots. In a flatulent piece by The Daily Telegraph, we have a dissertation on the thieving filth in the EU parliament who, as we noted earlier, are robbing us blind.
But, instead of drawing the obvious and only sensible conclusion, weak as ditch water we have the leader writer bleat that: "The time has now come for party leaders in the UK to order their representatives in Europe to be as open with the taxpayer as national MPs are expected to be and to publish their expenses online."
The piece then concludes, "We have a right to know where our money goes" – as if we didn't know already and as if knowing in detail where it is spent would make any difference. When will these lame-brains realise that we are sick to the back teeth of this filth stealing our money, and the only answer is to stop giving them any?