Monday, 12 October 2009

"Sorry"

It just seems so fucking inadequate, doesn't it?

I mean, for fuck's sake, this woman stole £120K of your and my money. She fucking took it under fraudulent pretences, just like Bernie Madoff. And her "punishment" is laughable: she has to "apologise" to the fellow thieves, knaves and rogues she "worked" with.

This was the woman ostensibly in charge of justice in this fucking shithole of a cuntry. Justice! What a fucking alien concept to an MP. And her sneering, grudging "apology" was yet another slap in the face of long-suffering tax-paying public.

Know your place, Briton: at the heel of the MP, ready to do their bidding and enjoy it.

Jacqui Smith: I hope you get face cancer and die a slow, lingering and above all, painful death. I hope your husband's balls fall off and your entire family rots in fucking hell for the rest of eternity. You arrogant, fuckfaced, thieving WHORE.

16 comments:

Old Holborn said...

Send Jacqui some fresh bullshit http://bit.ly/2BICRD

Oleuanna said...

If that works I'm in.....

Obsidian said...

Sorry is apparently the hardest word, but I suspect the hardest phrase is "here's your money back", at least for the coterie of worthless cunts infesting Parliament. And I don't mean Greenpeace...

Fidel Cuntstruck said...

I heard her speech of "contrition" on Radio4 as I was driving up the motorway.

No doubt it's carefully phrased acceptance of being caught out will appease the party faithful and the apparatchiks... but I ain't either of those..

..and I ain't fucking appeased either.

Even deselecting her won't hurt her, she knows, like the rest of them, that they have well and truly fucked themselves.

Now..what nice little number could she have lined up for herself - maybe, if other blogs are to be believed, she could become a gardner - it seems she may have a surplus of horseshit to deal with sometime soon.

SorenK said...

don't hold back Obo - say what you REALLY mean!

Mitch said...

Its true then....MPs are above the law! no other explanation fits the observed facts.
Just like in health if you are rich and powerful you "go private".
Theft and fraud charges are for the little people.

SteveShark said...

If this fucks you off, wait till you read what Lord Fodlebum said...

Pam Nash said...

Astonishing! There are actually people who thought J.S. would offer a sincere and heartfelt apology and pay back some money. You are totally barking - she's a conniving cow, get real, she'll do the minimum required and nothing more.

OT, but is Twitter down? Can't get on for last half-hour, getting withdrawal symptoms. :(

Obnoxio The Clown said...

@Pam: yes, everyone's complaining.

@Steve: what did that smarmy cunt say?

Dick Puddlecote said...

It's great news. It means we can cheat the taxman with impunity, because when we are caught out, we just have to say sorry and keep the money ... oh, hold on.

Anonymous said...

Commit suicide, Jacqui. Clear your name. Absolve yourself.

If you take out some of your colleagues first, you needn't even pay back the expenses.

But your expenses were minuscule compared the the salary you drew for being hopelessly incompetent at your job. Worthless Labour shit. Judged only by your similarly-worthless peers and elected by a slavering horde of pen-pushers, ignorant feral chavs and greasy migrants, you've never had to earn your position. Until now, that is.

So just do it. Your children will look up to you. What would they think of Daddy, spilling his muck - their siblings - over homo porn that was originally invoiced to us? The beads of sweat trickling down his hairy back and converging as they roll down his arse cleft during the meatier (heh) parts of his filthy pastime trickle onto the carpet ON WHICH THEY PLAY.

Die or grovel. I know what I'd do.

Jaqoff Smith said...

"Jacqui Smith: I hope you get face cancer and die a slow, lingering and above all, painful death. I hope your husband's balls fall off and your entire family rots in fucking hell for the rest of eternity. You arrogant, fuckfaced, thieving WHORE."

So can I count on your vote nezt year?

SteveShark said...
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SteveShark said...

Business Secretary Lord Mandelson said "on one level" he could understand the reaction as MPs had "honestly and fairly" made claims within the rules as they existed at the time.
"For somebody who they thought was being appointed as an auditor but is in a sense rewriting the rules... many MPs will feel today [that it is] desperately unfair," he said.
"But I think they also have to understand where public opinion is on this and, in order to bring closure to this, I think MPs will need to bite on this particular bullet, however painful."

What a cunt.

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Bunnahabheinman said...

Couldn't have put it better myself.