tammy wynette stand by your man https://t.co/FMKAUPiFfK I dedicate this song to Mrs Keith Vaz and congratulate her on her decision to do so.— Claire Khaw (@ntfem) September 6, 2016
Well done, Keith Vaz, for carrying on business as usual. He is being almost Prime Ministerial about the whole thing. https://t.co/JI19v2hSLF— Claire Khaw (@ntfem) September 6, 2016
Keith Vaz is positively Prime Ministerial. I congratulate Mrs Vaz on her decision to stand by her man. https://t.co/JI19v2hSLF— Claire Khaw (@ntfem) September 6, 2016
Is it too late for Keith Vaz to become a contender in the Labour leadership elections? Vaz for PM!— Claire Khaw (@ntfem) September 6, 2016
So Keith Vaz resigned as Chairman after all. I had hoped he would give us a run for the money and keep the story going for a bit.— Claire Khaw (@ntfem) September 6, 2016
Well, I never expected that bunch of tossers to decriminalise prostitution anyway. #KeithVaz— Claire Khaw (@ntfem) September 6, 2016
Who would become an MP? Who wants 2b treated like shit by a by lowlife and hypocrites called voters? People deserve the government they get.— Claire Khaw (@ntfem) September 6, 2016
Who is that tosser on #wato saying Keith Vaz's position was "untenable" and being given an easy ride by Ed Stourton?— Claire Khaw (@ntfem) September 6, 2016
Not only can't MPs stand up for a principle, they can't even stand up for their own human right to hire prostitutes. Why are they in charge?— Claire Khaw (@ntfem) September 6, 2016
Plebs and wankers, that's what MPs are, who can't even stand up for their human right to hire prostitutes. Fuck them to hell. #wato— Claire Khaw (@ntfem) September 6, 2016
Why did MPs not bother to defend their own human right to hire prostitutes? Because they feared to alienate their female voters. #wato— Claire Khaw (@ntfem) September 6, 2016
Although I am not Muslim, I feel I am becoming increasingly radicalised every time I hear about the stupidity, hypocrisy and cowardice of our MPs.
Is there anyone in a position of authority I can speak to whose views would command my respect, who could persuade me that the answer to the problem of increasingly stupid, hypocritical and cowardly MPs running the government is not in fact a one-party theocracy governed under Islamic principles?
I was very upset to hear that not a single MP defended their human right to hire prostitutes. Hearing that Keith Vaz had resigned his position as Chairman of the Home Affairs Select Committee disappointed and saddened me profoundly.
Not only are MPs incapable of defending a principle - the principle that it is not illegal to hire prostitutes - they are also incapable of protecting their own interests of having the option of hiring prostitutes should they ever choose to do so. If those in charge of the ship of state are incompetents and imbeciles, then how can they give us good government?
If they cannot properly look after the interests of voters, let alone the long term national interest, then an Islamic State could be seen as an increasingly viable and attractive alternative.
While I have no intention of joining Islamic State at present, I would like someone in charge to reassure me that our liberal democracy is working well, so that I do not become even more radicalised the next time I hear of our MPs not defending a principle or the rule of law, or appearing not to even know what they are.
Your prompt response and assistance in this regard would be much appreciated as I do not want to become dangerously disillusioned with the current government or the current system of government and end up becoming a jihadi bride or sex slave.
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