Sunday, 28 March 2010

Brown Does A 'Cameron' And Lies

Following David Cameron's Non-Q&A session on the Daily Politics, Gordon Brown has had a go on the Scottish version of the programme - so in fairness, lets have a look at what he said.

"Q: It's not just strife and indeed spending that you've got to contend with. It's scandal as well. You've got MPs in court over their expenses, and now ex-Ministers offering themselves as cabs for hire. Isn't it time to stop MPs having second jobs?

Brown: Well I think it's very strong case for MPs not having second jobs and certainly I think it's important to recognise that when people select or elect a Member of Parliament their first priority, their first job, their first loyalty has got to be to the needs of their constituents and I've always acted in a way, and would like other MPs to act in a way, that it's clear that their first priority is the interests of their constituents.
" Really? If 'their first priority, their first job, their first loyalty has got to be to the needs of their constituents and I've always acted in a way, and would like other MPs to act in a way, that it's clear that their first priority is the interests of their constituents.' then HTF did Brown as Prime Minister deny the people of this country a referendum on the Lisbon Treaty? This is acting in a way that its clear his and his MP's first duty lay to their constituents?

Brown continues "I was appalled by some of the things that I saw happening that I knew nothing about......" This is absolute 'Eds' (as in the Secretary of State for Children, Schools & Families) as Brown himself was doing it, hence his need to make repayments - so he obviously did bloody well know what was going on!

As you can see, there is no difference between Cameron or Brown - they are both lying, deceitful politicians who do not have the decency to 'level' with the electorate - which renders the term 'Rt. Honourable' a bit of a joke!

2 comments:

Mrs Rigby said...

I've just read the transcript, it seems, umm, slightly delusional.

Witterings From Witney said...

Not surprising Mrs. R, Brown doesn't 'do' you and I