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By Abernathy
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Right. I'd like to amputate both Vince Cable's legs, without any anaesthetic, then flay and burnish his two femurs into heavy clubs, with which I would then proceed to bludgeon David Cameron into a brutal, bloody, pain-filled death. In a piss-dungeon.
 
By spoonman
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Althea wrote:How about Eric Pickles with Sarah Teather?


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Gourami wrote:Sadly, this conjured up a sex scene. Perhaps a fate worse than death for Ms. Teather though.

Probably something like what was said about Nicholas Soams, in that it was supposed to feel like a heavy wardrobe with a very small key fell on top of you.
 
By oboogie
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Only a couple of weeks ago I was joking about this.
The former chair of Conservative Future has suggested that the unemployed should not be allowed to vote. Tom Bursnall, who recently defected from the Tories to UKIP on Windsor and Maidenhead Council, specifically targeted the unemployed people on his Pro Capitalist blog, asking:

“Should people on benefits be allowed to vote?”

And it gets worse — when “Batsh*t Bursnall” goes on to suggest that rich people should receive more votes than the poor:

“It would be terribly ‘unfair’ of you to give equal representation rights to the chap who contributes 50 times more than the next person. In the same way as if you own 60% of shares of a company, you’ll get 60% of the voting rights at the Annual General Meeting.”


http://politicalscrapbook.net/2012/04/t ... have-vote/
By new puritan
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Torygraph hack Ian Cowie suggested something similar last year. To be fair, eliminating universal suffrage is just about the only way the right could scrape a majority these days.

Meanwhile...

A former Conservative minister with close links to the Government is sitting as a peer in the House of Lords while simultaneously lobbying on behalf of a Caribbean tax haven.

Lord Blencathra, a former MP and Tory chief whip, is being paid by the Cayman Islands government to represent the interests of its financial services industry – despite also being able to vote on legislation affecting the territory.

Inquiries by The Bureau of Investigative Journalism and The Independent have established that Lord Blencathra has lobbied on behalf of the Caymans while claiming thousands of pounds in House of Lords attendance allowances.


http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/po ... 48252.html

The vermin in ermine epitomised.
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oboogie wrote:Only a couple of weeks ago I was joking about this.
The former chair of Conservative Future has suggested that the unemployed should not be allowed to vote. Tom Bursnall, who recently defected from the Tories to UKIP on Windsor and Maidenhead Council, specifically targeted the unemployed people on his Pro Capitalist blog, asking:

“Should people on benefits be allowed to vote?”

And it gets worse — when “Batsh*t Bursnall” goes on to suggest that rich people should receive more votes than the poor:

“It would be terribly ‘unfair’ of you to give equal representation rights to the chap who contributes 50 times more than the next person. In the same way as if you own 60% of shares of a company, you’ll get 60% of the voting rights at the Annual General Meeting.”


http://politicalscrapbook.net/2012/04/t ... have-vote/


Thick.
Incapable of understanding anything other than greed.
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