Thursday, 16 July 2009

Hacked Off

When you see the words: cowardly, rank hypocrisy, failed, betrayal, turncoat, lack of integrity in a newspaper report about Parliament, you just know that the name Martin Salter will be in the article somewhere.

After signing an early day motion asking the Government to back down over the extradition of Gary McKinnon he voted with them.

When he abstained in the Gurkha vote after posing publically for photographs, I called him a disgrace. Words fail me for his latest piece of duplicity becuase this time he actually voted with them. Still hoping for a peerage are we luvvie? Can't think of any other reason why he would want to Brown-nose so shamlessly.

So next time you see some god-awful press release from him about how proud he is to back an early day motion, just remember it is all hogwash and he doesn't mean a word of it.

Martin Salter: the Parliamentary career that died of shame.

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