Friday, 19 June 2009

A question (or two) for Tom Harris MP

Surely if you're paying your mortgage off, the interest amount would decrease every month?

Wouldn't it?

Oh, and did you really need a new dinner service and a clock off us? Curtains? Portable aircon? Table? Lamp?

£1000 for 2 pairs of curtains? Were they fucking gold plated or what?

£600 for two Venetian blinds???????????? Jesus Christ!!! Still, what the fuck, eh? It's not your cunting money, is it?

Why the enormous censoring of your contract with Royal Mail, Tom? What are you hiding?


The Economic Voice said...

The new word in the lexicon is 'redacted'.

Look it up, it means the following sort of things:

To draw up or frame (a proclamation, for example).

To make ready for publication; edit or revise.

In the study of literature, redaction is a form of editing in which multiple source texts are combined (redacted) and subjected to minor alteration to make them into a single work. Often this is a method of collecting a series of writings on a similar theme and creating a definitive and coherent work.

The use of this unusual word is misleading. They have CENSORED it.

Ian B said...

Give it up. The point of all this was justification for neutering the parliament and ridding it of MPs who don't conform to the new professionalised class, particularly on the Tory side.

That has been achieved. This will all now quietly die away.

They don't care what you think. They don't care about your money. You aren't going to get any money back. This hasn't been done on your behalf. Keep shouting Cunt all you like, but you're not part of the debate, though your support has been appreciated, you can guarantee that.

Ever feel like you've been used?

Great Big Billygoat Gruff said...

Wait until the week-end and ALL will be revealed.

All they tried to hide.

Rob said...

It wouldn't decrease with an interest-only mortgage, but if he said he was paying off his mortgage each month, then that assumes capital as well so it would, of course, decrease.

As for Devine's claims, they must be fraud. Claiming for a bill against a fake company and VAT number? How can that NOT be fraud?

Rob said...

"The return of morality"

Ha ha ha! I almost laughed myself into a hernia there.

Obnoxio The Clown said...

@Ian B: I've been married, yes. :o)

ShugNiggurath said...

Seems Tom wont be publishing comments on his blog which ask about his expenses. I asked him to publish the receipts that prove he spends exactly £400 per month on food. He wont publish the comment. Prick.