More fiddling by MPs

Yet another fiddling fuckwad MP has emerged from the woodwork.

This time his particular case looks even less defensible than Jacqui Smith’s second home allowance con trick.

Mr McNulty’s spokesman earlier told the Press Association that the MP was “completely compliant with all the regulations around the allowances for second homes”.

“There is absolutely nothing irregular in Tony’s situation,” he said.

As usual there’s the pathetic insistence that no rules have been broken, but the moral implications just look so fucking bad and show the cynicism and contempt with which the public is regarded.

The whole second homes allowance should be sorted out once and for all and fucking quickly too.

If only Gordon Brown was as concerned with his ministers lining their pockets as he is with Fred Goodwin’s pension…


One Response

  1. Which of the following categories would you put him:

    A person is guilty of theft if he dishonestly appropriates property belonging to another with the intention of permanently depriving the other of it.

    One can commit fraud by:
    1. False representation.
    2. Failing to disclose information.
    3. Abuse of position.
    4. Obtaining services dishonestly.
    5. Possessing, making and supplying articles for use in frauds.
    6. Fraudulent trading applicable to non-corporate traders.

    1. a. Grossly offensive to decency or morality.
    b. Being well beyond the bounds of good taste: outrageous epithets.
    2. Having no regard for morality.
    3. Violent or unrestrained in temperament or behaviour.
    4. a. Extremely unusual or unconventional; extraordinary: loved to dress in outrageous clothing; found some outrageous bargains.
    b. Being beyond all reason; extravagant or immoderate: spends an outrageous amount on entertainment.

    A human being who has been called to holiness.

    A monkey (see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil):
    Someone who doesn’t want to be involved in a situation.
    OR / AND
    Someone who wilfully turning a blind eye to the immorality of an act in which they are involved or witness.

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