"If the people control Parliament, Parliament might start to control the government."Carswell is always telling us he believes in direct democracy, so why does he not publicly advocate that and show that we can cut out the middle man as direct democracy - with a bit of 'referism' - allows the people to directly control the government?
That the political system is rotten is a subject I posted on just yesterday and it is further evidenced by a post on the Coffee House by Peter Hoskin on the subject of the possible 'enforced' departure of Huhne and his being replaced by David Laws - from which:
"......and there are certainly people in the coalition, Tories and Lib Dems, who are eager to see him return. They reckon he's done his penance for those expenses sins by now."It is no surprise that Laws is being welcomed back into the fold - do thieves and blackguards not stick together?