Westminster comedy spot

Following today’s very, very funny spectacle of a politician telling us what is morally wrong, a quick check of the blogs and the comments sections of the MSM has revealed the following as the most overwhelmingly popular response from up to 57 million people:

Arkell v Pressdram

Meanwhile, “distressed and angry” has apparently been charged with phone hacking.   Oh dear.

In other news, I’ve just polished off the last piece of birthday cake stolen from a 7 year old girl by her granddad.  Scrumptious but a bit sweet.   The granddad I mean.

4 Responses to “Westminster comedy spot”

  1. CherryPie July 24, 2012 at 22:29 Permalink

    Juding by the colour of the cake… You are in serious trouble!!!

    Tell my how you feel tomorrow, if you are still able to ;-)

  2. Moggsy July 25, 2012 at 07:05 Permalink

    Politicians being so moral and above any possible reproach I can so understand this Gauke creature lecturing the voters.

    I read that if the turnover of a business is below a given level they don’t need to charge sales tax anyway.

    Here is a question. If every small business charged and paid vat how many jobs would just not get done and how many small businesses would cut right back or go bust?

    And if they did how much money would go out of the economy? And how much extra would the extra unemployed cost the government?

    I can’t help feeling there is something morally wrong with sales tax anyway.

    Your link had a survey, when I checked it out it had a good reponse. 75.41% of them think there is no moral issue.
    15.58% think there might be but would go ahead anyway… and all of 9% agree with the MP who, one comment I read, has him as (goes without saying an obviouly moral) lobbyist.

  3. Rossa July 25, 2012 at 07:48 Permalink

    Gauke’s stance not being helped by his Mrs (Rachel Gauke) being a corporate tax lawyer helping to save that $32 trillion (half world GDP!) held in offshore bank accounts from the taxman.

  4. Moggsy July 25, 2012 at 09:51 Permalink

    Can’t be a guilty concience that’s for sure, maybe it is him getting at her extending a domestic argument?

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