Saturday, 29 October 2011

Cameron: Crime shouldn't pay.

According to Politics Home, David Cameron believes that benefit claimants who commit crimes should lose part of their state income as 'crime shouldn't pay'. 

One form of state income is that paid to those without a job and who are unable to find one - conversely, in the case of politicians it is state income paid to those who have a job but are unable to satisfactorily perform the tasks allotted to them. In those two examples both are 'benefit claimants' - and if benefit claimants who commit crimes should lose part of their state income then in the case of payments made to politicians, the British taxpayer is due one hell of a refund.

On a similar theme, Daniel Hannan posts, asking the question; Who is the Parliamentarian of 2011? We have 'Parliamentarians'? Where, who are they and why have we therefore been taxed untold millions per annum to fund what appears to be the biggest ponzi scheme known to man?

Just saying..............

3 comments:

john in cheshire said...

Can I propose myself? I haven't been elected, haven't claimed any taxpayers money, haven't done anything to harm our country, haven't lied to the general public, haven't made any promises and so haven't failed to keep them, haven't waged any wars, haven't failed to expel any undesirables from our country, and haven't been humiliated by the socialists who rule the EU. Surely, that counts for something.

DP111 said...

JC wrote: Can I propose myself? .. haven't claimed any taxpayers money, haven't done anything to harm our country, haven't lied to the general public..

That rules you out immediately.

WitteringsfromWitney said...

jic: I believe DP111 has answered for me........