Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Try to keep it clean

Public urged to question Darling

MPs have asked the public to suggest questions to put to Chancellor Alistair Darling about the government's £37bn rescue package for banks."Taxpayers are naturally very concerned about the scale of this investment." Questions should be emailed to: [email protected]

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17 thoughts on “Try to keep it clean

  • “Darling.”
    “Yes Blackadder?”
    “So the General has said that this little debacle will be over by Christmas?”
    “Yes Blackadder.”
    “How? Have you a cunning plan?”
    “Aha Blackadder we do! Now we’ve run out of real soldiers we’re going to flood the battlefields with trillions of printed paper soldiers!”

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  • Here’s my submitted question:

    Why aren’t you punishing the bankers for getting their businesses into such a bad state ? They’ve walked away with heaps of money, bought expensive houses and cars and stashed away plenty for a rainy day. They’re all right Jack!

    Repossess their houses and ask for their bonuses back under terrorism legislation (which was adequate to freeze Icelandic banks’ assets !) ! Make them do community service ! The only lesson the bankers will learn from this bailout is that they can get away with daylight robbery !

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  • Lord D'arcy Pew says:

    Mr Darling: The BBC money program of October 2003 highlighted widespread fraud with self certification Mortgages. What action will the government now take, as a major shareholder in the banks, to protect the taxpayer from funding fraudulently obtained money? Will you check all income declared for mortgages against tax records, and prosecute offenders? Are future taxpayer now criminals under money laundering laws?

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  • Futile

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  • Apparently the term ‘politics’ is derived from the ancient Latin word ‘poly’ which means MANY and ‘tics’ which means BLOOD SUCKING CREATURES.
    Mr Darling about that 37bn, do you intend to suck us dry?

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  • wheres my share certificate, Darling?

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  • Where do you f***ing start?

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  • Timmy T hit the nail on the head there, this lot are a bunch of clowns and I have a list of complaints as long as my arm that I would like to air. However, I bet they only answer the questions they select.

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  • Dear Mr Darling, what a cunning stunt!

    I’m with you timmy t. wouldn’t know where to start.

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  • the government took away our money (without parliament approval btw), has no idea what to do with it except giving it to civil servants who will now be running our banks and has the cheek to ask us for advice ?advice about what ?
    There is no f+++ crisis GB was saying only a few weeks ago. The UK fundamentals are strong. Oh yeah. Well my advice would be to fire the government first, the FSA along with the monkeys at the BOE. Let’s not forget to fire as well their armies of macro economists, quantitative analysts and the likes. Unemployment would sure be hitting the 4 million mark.And instead put my 6 year old in charge. He’d do a better job at it.

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  • “Public urged to question Darling”?
    How about the police questioning Darling? and brown

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  • sold out @ 10 – well the police did start with Blair.

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  • @2 ceanothus “The only lesson the bankers will learn…is that they can get away with daylight robbery’. They knew that all along, that’s why they became bankers.

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  • Lord D’arcy Pew @ 3
    ‘The BBC money program of October 2003 highlighted widespread fraud with self cert Mortgages’.
    Wow, what an opening question..
    “Are the government and taxpayers now funding fraudulently obtained money and therefore criminals under money laundering laws”?

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  • What would be the point of asking our leaders questions anyway?

    All you would get back is lots of spin, question-dodging and political platitudes that obfuscate the truth and argue with reality itself rather than admit that the problem is THE AMATEURISM OF OUR POLITICAL SYSTEM.

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  • I would like to suggest that Guy Fawkes had the right idea, and next month on Nov 5th, I will be wheeling an effigy of Gordon Brown down to the local Bonfire.

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  • planning4acrash says:

    Given your part towards “The Great Work”, creating a Leninist globalist marxist/fascist New World Order and destroying national currency and sovereignty, are you relieved that Tony Blair changed the law to abolish capital punishment for treason?

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