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After rejecting the first complaint, the parliamentary commissioner for standards has now received a second one. This time Jackboots Smith's own words are used. This ain't going away and I do hope Jackboots' sister was paying her taxes.

Further Submission to Parliamentary Standards Commissioner Regarding Jacqui Smith;

http://sunlightcops.ning.com/profiles/blog...r-submission-to

Jacqui grew up in Malvern, Worcestershire before moving to Redditch in 1986. She still lives in Redditch with husband, Richard and sons James (13) and Michael (8).

http://www.jacquismithmp.labour.co.uk/biography

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Hopefully they'll take her DNA, detain her without charge pending investigation and sequester her and her extended family's full email and telephone correspondence for the duration of her time in parliament.

After all, you have nothing to fear if you haven't done anything wrong.

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Further Submission to Parliamentary Standards Commissioner Regarding Jacqui Smith;

http://sunlightcops.ning.com/profiles/blog...r-submission-to

Jacqui grew up in Malvern, Worcestershire before moving to Redditch in 1986. She still lives in Redditch with husband, Richard and sons James (13) and Michael (8).

http://www.jacquismithmp.labour.co.uk/biography

Good work putting the link up.

Confess that I couldn't be bothered meself.

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Bring me the balaclava and oxidising agent.

PS - Apparatchik snoopers, I'll be looking at donkey cocks on the internet tonight at about 2030.

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"Thanks for your cash...losers" <sneer>

Just look at this face, this face is ripping you off for thousands of pounds as pensioners freeze and starve to death while the British public are cowed into submission and non questioning servitude by an authoritarian distopia of superstates, surveillance,ID cards and total subservience to the state machine...but have no fear because " It's all above board". :ph34r:

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Hopefully they'll take her DNA, detain her without charge pending investigation and sequester her and her extended family's full email and telephone correspondence for the duration of her time in parliament.

After all, you have nothing to fear if you haven't done anything wrong.

There are clear links to Knotty Ash, nr Liverpool for starters;

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ken_Dodd

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If I'm forced to take an ID card, I'll be burning it on the spot and wearing a yellow star on my lapel until I'm "removed".

Any chance we can get hold of rules on housing allowances and instigate a civil action?

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If I'm forced to take an ID card, I'll be burning it on the spot and wearing a yellow star on my lapel until I'm "removed".

Any chance we can get hold of rules on housing allowances and instigate a civil action?

You wont be alone with your ID card burning. +1 right here.

I wouldn't recommend you rock the boat right now, we wouldn't want you to have an "accident" whilst walking in the woods..

Revenge is a dish best served cold...

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Anyone else noticed that this thief seems to have avoided turning up at PMQs?

It is probably not shame or embarrassment as a I dont think she is capable of feeling any and b I dont think she actually thinks or realises what shes done is wrong. More likely the Clan Elders have instructed her not to turn up if she knows whats good for her.

Being tied to the rear of a vehicle, with her ankles bound, and being dragged through the streets is too good for these scum.

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Her seat is a super marginal, so she'll probably be the first confirmed cabinet minister to lose her seat at the general election.

That's probably why she's now out for all she can get, time to cash in before the enviable happens, same applies to their crooked Labour lordships, their ability to influence legislation will be gone soon.

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http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/7882953.stm

It now seems that Jackboot and her cronies are preventing the free movement and speech of an EU MP who dare to mention that our "cultural enrichment" might not be such a good idea.

You can't make this up. :huh:

Either we have freedom of speech or we don't....which is it?

More Labour mismanagement and sleaze for your consumption!

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chance we can get hold of rules on housing allowances and instigate a civil action?

'Yes', then 'no'.

Yes, you can get hold of the rules; no, you can't waste people's time with an action for a wrong that hasn't been committed. Simple.

(Have you enquired about Anger Management Treatment? You can probably have it on the NHS. Unless you'd rather 'go private'. The surroundings would be nicer if you go private although evidence suggest that all private medical treatment is inferior to that provided by the state.)

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Nice of you to bump this up to the top again, Pat, thus keeping the shameless theivery of Citizen Smith firmly at the top of the forum. ;)

What's that, PM? Bump?

Is that the Citizen Smith that's still Home Secretary and will stay there despite the joint efforts of Tory Central Office and the Daily Fascist? (What great friends you lot keep! :lol: )

Bump.

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What's that, PM? Bump?

Is that the Citizen Smith that's still Home Secretary and will stay there despite the joint efforts of Tory Central Office and the Daily Fascist? (What great friends you lot keep! :lol: )

Bump.

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You see, there you're wrong Pat: My politics are more Liberal/Green. In 25 years of voting I' ve never voted Tory, although I have been known to vote Labour once or twice. I'd also rather not read a newspaper than read the Daily Hate. You really are welcome to hold socialist views as far as i am concerned - I share some of them. What I do not share is any support whatsoever to the scum currently governing this country.

That you are not a little ashamed to bump this is disturbing. You see, the thing is, morally, ethically, what she has done is DEEPLY WRONG. To claim it is alright because it is within the rules is only, ethically, one step from saying it is Ok to commit a crime if no one will find out or the nazi defence that 'I was following orders'. The inability to be able to tell right from wrong as an abstract concept, without reference to Rules is what marks her out as unstuiable for goverment and what makes me deeply concerned about you.

Time for me to sign off for the night.

Oh, and Bump

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New Labour announce a 100% growth in membership as Prat Rimmer reluctantly pays his annual membership fees.

Torn between an annual subscription to the Islamabad Jihad Weekly, and the The Guardian Prat Rimmer is encouraged to hear that the Labour party can still pull a few strings with the Crown Prosecution Service.

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'Yes', then 'no'.

Yes, you can get hold of the rules; no, you can't waste people's time with an action for a wrong that hasn't been committed. Simple.

(Have you enquired about Anger Management Treatment? You can probably have it on the NHS. Unless you'd rather 'go private'. The surroundings would be nicer if you go private although evidence suggest that all private medical treatment is inferior to that provided by the state.)

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I'm insufferably reasonable and am teased for it by friends.

I can see the good in almost anyone, and am passionately pro-reason, peace and love.

But I think you are just the most dreadful pr*ck

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