Wednesday, 28 May 2014

Berger: "We Still Won"

In the wake of the public angrily rejecting career politicians at the ballot box this week, consider this.

In 2012, the government asked us to respond to a public consultation on plain packaging. The published report showed conclusively that - despite one of the most corrupt political campaigns this country has ever witnessed - the public rejected the policy by a significant margin.

Since then, the political establishment - of all three main parties - has conspired to completely ignore that statistic.

Then, when one MP does make a stand and sides with the UK people, this is what happens.

Got that? We, the public, may have objected strongly in our hundreds of thousands to plain packaging in the biggest public consultation response in UK history ... but THEY - we-know-what's-best-for-you politicians - still 'won'.

Isn't that astonishing?

If you'd like to ram her words down her elitist throat and send a message to MPs that they should be listening to the public instead of triumphantly ignoring us, please try sending a letter to Cameron to urge him to back US rather than disgustingly arrogant, entrenched politicians like Luciana Berger.


Mongoose said...

Sadly ,Cameron dare'nt ignore freaks like Berger even though she is a
Labour Luvvy,he has shown time and time again ,people and their wishes
are not worthy of attention on any issue
He prostitutes his agenda to the noisiest pimp in the Hall of Deception,The Commons.
The Watchman

SonOfSam said...

Of course Luciana knows better...she's part of that "master race" that call themselves the chosen people

Ivan_Denisovich said...

Berger is a good reason for not voting Labour. Cameron is a good reason for not voting conservative. Both are intellectually average and both represent an elite that exists by birthright rather than merit. Of the two, I have to admit that I prefer Cameron as he is better intentioned than Berger who represents everything I loathe in our society.

Dick_Puddlecote said...

Accurate assessment, she seems to put party politics before people every time

Ivan_Denisovich said...

It runs in the family.

truckerlyn said...

Candidly, I don't believe any of them, even after last weeks election, are in the slightest bit interested in what we, the public, who pay their wages, think, want or believe. They are more or less all too arrogant to think or believe that we would shelve them for the likes of UKIP or one of the other parties.

I most sincerely hope that their arrogance is shoved firmly where the sun don't shine come next year's election!