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I’M totally, absolutely gobsmacked to learn that the multi-millionaire parasite, Margaret Hodge MP, is a turbocharged hyprocrite –

A senior Labour politician – the party’s fiercest critic of tax avoidance – has been accused of hypocrisy after it was claimed she was handed more than £1.5million in shares from a tax haven.

Margaret Hodge has built a reputation for taking on those accused of having ‘secretive’ offshore funds as the chairman of the Commons public accounts committee.

But The Times reported the multi-millionaire had benefited from a controversial scheme that lets wealthy Britons move undeclared assets back to the UK without facing criminal action.

The disgusting woman has been at the head of Labour’s campaign against tax-avoidance (which is perfectly lawful), while avoiding shed loads of tax herself. What shocking news that’s it’s one rule for her kind only. Keep voting drones, your tribunes are really gonna get the rich next time.
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18 thoughts on “KEEP VOTING, FOOLS

  1. What shocking news that’s it’s one rule for her kind only

    That is more true than DV suspects. With a maiden name of Oppenheim, connections to the banks and overseeing the transformation of barking from working-class white to no-class negroid, one can tell of which Chosen tribe she is a member.

  2. Margaret Hodge, the one and the very same Margaret Hodge, that was in charge of the OAP’s when they died on an industrial scale, and took absolutely no responsibility whatsoever, and the same Margaret Hodge who was in charge when child abuse and child rape was in abundance under her watch… she washed her grubby hands of that too.

    She has no shame, then again she is a socialist.

  3. yes don’t vote that’ll show her.

    Tell me Mr. Civics 101, how non votes does it take for her to lose.

    Gee lets see, 1 million gits don’t vote the poll counter total for that group is a whopping ZERO.

    Ah but 1000 of her true believers (those whose pockets she might enrich) do vote, the poll counter puts 1000 votes in her tally.

    That makes it 1000 votes to ZERO, she wins and continues to fleece you.

    Why ? because 1 million morons stayed home while a mere thousand for her. Just one vote for beats a million no shows…. git

  4. Troll

    Would you be in favour of making voting compulsory, with a “none of the above” option on the ballot and a $200 fine if you miss?

    Cards on the table, I have not been on the voting register for 15 years, but I would support this reform. They have it in Australia and other democracies and it must surely produce a more democratic result.

  5. Hodge…..Shameless hypocritical tax evader and avoider: its been known about for years.

    One of her opposing candidates did a big two page leaflet all about her tax and wealth before the 2010 election, and the f##**@@@ labour voters still placed her in Parliament; its tribal, not political.

  6. I would have no problem with mandatory voting on the Australian model

    A side benefit is that it would give the bla bla bla guys one more ” tyranny ” and ” loss of liberty ” to mewl about.

  7. Peter, on April 29th, 2015 at 10:40 PM Said:

    Troll

    Would you be in favour of making voting compulsory, with a “none of the above” option on the ballot and a $200 fine if you miss?

    Well said Sir.

    That is all it would take for me to vote, ‘None of the above’

    Troll, at present, the parties we have a ‘choice’ to vote on, are as morally corrupt, and as completely useless as each other, so, why should we vote?

    What would we be voting for?

    So, it’s ‘None of the above’ for me, I thankyou.

  8. The decision to be non-judgmental is of course a judgment. The decision not to vote is also counted, most happily by those in the power structure who have convinced the lazy, the apathetics, and the terminally disgruntled that they should have no voice whatsoever.

  9. I’m always sort of grateful that those who think we shouldn’t vote don’t vote.

  10. Most of those who I know that do not vote are utterly clueless on all the issues, despite a sometimes world weary know it all attitude.

    So maybe it is not that bad that some self select to be powerless.

  11. Would you be in favour of making voting compulsory, with a “none of the above” option on the ballot and a $200 fine if you miss?

    Absolutely, those who are too lazy to get off their arses and go to a polling station and at least register a protest by spoiling their vote are normally the first to cry the loudest.

  12. Troll

    Would you be in favour of making voting compulsory, with a “none of the above” option on the ballot and a $200 fine if you miss?

    Good god No To many of the wrong people vote now….

  13. Troll, at present, the parties we have a ‘choice’ to vote on, are as morally corrupt, and as completely useless as each other, so, why should we vote?

    What would we be voting for?

    So, it’s ‘None of the above’ for me, I thankyou.

    that’s defeatist, get out there and recruit constitutional conservatives to drive the professional political git from the arena.

  14. In What part of the Constitution does it say that undue power should be in the power of gambling den sleazeballs seeking to subvert the American process in the interest of some foreign nation?

  15. the same part that says if your Hispanic and snuck into our country it’s our job to feed you, cloth you, house you, educate you, and allow you to vote.

    Hey Phantom your complaints about gambling den sleazeballs might carry more weight if your outrage was equal.

    George Soros spends 3 times the amount on the left through several groups and never a peep out of you. So what a gambling den sleazeball is bad, but a guy who has said he wants to destroy our system is just fine with you.

    When you get past your selective outrage maybe what you have to say will carry some more weight on the subject.

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