Tuesday, 12 September 2006

Unparliamentary punishment

Kiwi Herald has a suggestion for MPs who repeatedly misbehave in the House: Make them sit next to Peter Dunne. Ouch! (Perhaps repeat offenders could be made to have lunch with Dunne, or be stuck in a lift with him for an afternoon.)

Of course, having a Government that wasn't a corrupt pack of thieves who couldn't lie straight in bed might also lead to quieter afternoons in the House.

UPDATE: This afternoon's very quiet Parliamentary session suggests the National Party's justified attacks on this corrupt Goverment have been de-fanged by last week's threat of a bucket of slime being tossed across the Treasury Benches. So it's de-fanged, de-balled, and back to boring business as usual from the Tories. What a pathetic bunch.

LINK: Parliamentary day to begin with Bullrush - Kiwi Herald

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1 comment:

  1. I have a great solution:

    Any MP who plays up gets an instant $2000 fine.

    Should whittle down the $120k we pay these idiots to act like kindy kids.


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