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Saturday, 28 July 2012

"The Smug Sit There Laughing At The Tax Paying Mugs!!!"

Barbados trip was good use of public money, says Senator


Electoral Corruption chairman Senator Sir Philip Bailhache (right) and vice-chairman Colin Storm 
ASSISTANT Chief Minister Sir Philip Bailhache has defended his £6,700 Electoral Commission trip to Barbados saying that they learned ‘a great deal’ to help them with the job of reforming the States.

Senator Bailhache, the commission chairman, flew business class to the Caribbean island with vice-chairman Colin Storm on Monday, returning on Wednesday after a series of meetings with politicians and clerks.

And although the trip has prompted criticism from States colleagues and members of the public, Senator Bailhache said that he was ‘absolutely sure’ that it had been a good use of public money.

The commission he leads is looking into States reform and will publish recommendations by the end of the year. The Senator said that the trip to Barbados, the third-oldest parliament in the Commonwealth, had been ‘successful and instructive’.


7 comments:

  1. What is the background of Colin Storm?

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  2. "ASSISTANT Chief Minister Sir Philip Bailhache has defended his £6,700 Electoral Commission trip to Barbados saying that they learned ‘a great deal’ to help them with the job of reforming the States."


    Now that is lawyer speak. They imply that that is the cost of the whole trip for all three parasites, when in truth, that is just the cost of Phick Phil, and his bottom buddies airfare alone!!!

    Legalese is the tool of preference of the pigs....Normal folk can't 'understand' it!!!

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  3. "The Smug Sit There Laughing At The Tax Paying Mugs!!!"

    I love that post title, it has a certain truth to it. Because after all of you have read it, and even understood it, you will still carry on paying these parasitic wankers!!!

    Get off your knee's you pathetic fucking dickheads....I implore you :)

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  4. A sickening 'Fat Cat ' attitude..if he wants to go 'club' he should pay...it's a nine hour flight at most...lead by example...? hah no chance of that elitist snobs who don't give a fuck about the Tax payer..who is seen as mere Tax fodder...peasants who can be used and abused..this place needs a proper revolution of ideas and actions...where a 'real' democracy can flourish...but people you must hassle those who are currently in..knock on their doors...let their families see that you as voters are unhappy with their performances..and next time vote out those who do not actually represent you and your concerns...change peeps change

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  5. To those who wonder who Colin Storm is...simple chief honcho of...wait for it..."Burger King" which incidentally could not stay open here....Bet Baillache has never eaten in one.....so why Barbados Baillache is cozy with Burger King is a matter for speculation...I mean just because they shut the burger shops doe s note mean they wouldn't have an offshore company registered here for Tax avoidance purposes would they.....no no silly to even think of it....surely they would not....

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  6. £7000 spent on Barbados,they have been granted £220,000 lots of jollies to be had yet!!

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