Thursday, 11 June 2009
And Then He Goes And Ruins It By Saying Restore The Authority Of Parliamemt
As much as I find Hague amusing and erudite, making Cameron look the twit he is, Hague ruins a perfectly good speech by saying we must restore the Authority of Parliament by having a General Election.
Two points Billy Boy, the People have the Authority in this setup, not Parliament. Parliament is only loaned Sovereignity by the electorate, that is the bit the 646 always forget, this sustains their arrogance and their theft. It sustains their view that only they can provide 'essential services'. Secondly it betrays that the Tory Party is still deeply Authoritarian at its heart and will never give way to Electoral Reform.
The two major parties have been caught with their collective hand in the Taxpayer's wallet.
Devolving all power apart from Defence and Foreign affairs away from Westmister is the only way forward, only when power is devolved closer to the electorate, will things ever change.
There is no service that is essential that cannot be done better and cheaper by anybody else other than by the corrupt,bloated inefficient State.
Westminster does not know how to do anything different to the way it is doing it now, until the 646 are brought to heel, nothing will improve or change.