How not to be an MP

  • You are a proxy for the electorate.  You work for them on their behalf.  You are not their chosen wise representative, or their better.
  • You should represent their wishes as if they had all the information about the relevant subject to make a decision, and pick that choice.
  • You are a flawed component with flawed knowledge in a flawed system and understanding this rather than considering yourself as the voice of sense that thankfully is there to choose right rather than choose democratically.
  • Your job security is not more important than what you do and choose in your job.
  • We really see straight through arrogance, and there’s a lot to see through.
  • Be all Arlene Foster isn’t and you are half way there.
  • So you accidentally nuked somewhere?  Just be honest and all will be forgiven.  You will be surprised.
  • You can do so much better.  Why don’t you?
  • Because your party is in power, it doesn’t mean we had any real choice.

 

End of rant.

 

 

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Author: A U.K. Think Tank

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