Friday, December 16, 2011

Feltham turnout of 29% is poke in the eye for our Parliamentary porkers

Only 29 per cent of voters turned out to vote this week for a by-election in a Westminster constituency, once the main law-making chamber of a free and democratic country ruled by its own law. Read here.

29% speaks volumes on exactly what the already elected political classes have inflicted upon our parliamentary democracy. Who would wish to associate themselves with a process that creates brain dead, green-leathered expense-blowing couch potatoes, beholden and subservient to Brussels? Look how they spent yesterday, from Hansard linked here, and that before departing on an extended Christmas holiday, while the worst financial crisis for decades, caused by their abdication of authority and legislative power to foreigners in the EU, swirls all aound the heads of the people across the country.

It is a miracle that as many as 29% of potential voters could be found to vote another complete and utter waste of space and taxpayers money to join all the others at the trough.  If you see one in your constituency over the holiday season (unlikely as thay will probably be on the ski-slopes or a palm-tree fringed beach,) try pointing out some simple home truths! Explain that seven out of ten voters now prefer to stay away from their kind!



Blogger A K Haart said...

I make that 15.6% of the electorate voted for the new MP. Says a lot.

4:07 PM  
Blogger Martin said...

Maybe she was worthy of such a high level of support, but seeing her with Ed on a TV news report this evening, I am afraid I have my doubts on that score.

9:01 PM  

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