Friday, February 16, 2007

Fuck off Panface

David Cameron is planning to drag the country back into the 19th century by bring back the Married Couples’ Tax Break.

Just as well nobody's going to vote for them, eh?

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  • I think married people should pay more tax because their outgoings are lower, what with being able to split all the bills between the two of them. They have a higher disposable income than single people - so those fuckers should be subsidising my lifestyle rather than the other way round.

    By Blogger LC, at 8:28 PM  

  • I'm going to wear my shirt open-necked at work on Monday as a tribute.

    Tory cunts.

    By Blogger Geoff, at 9:28 PM  

  • I'm new to this game, and it's making me laugh. More, please ...

    By Anonymous 100 Words, at 10:09 PM  

  • best labesl ever.

    By Blogger Chaucer's Bitch, at 10:40 PM  

  • nice labelling!

    By Blogger James, at 10:56 PM  

  • With you on this one. Married couples (and those with kids) can go screw themselves with our fucking taxes! Selfish tossers!

    Oops...where were those divorce papers that i've only just signed?...

    By Blogger the whales, at 11:32 PM  

  • I think ganja master David Cameron is doing a lot better for the Tories than Blair is doing for Labour! One's riding bikes and getting stoned at Eton, the other's being arrested and joining in preposterous wars.

    By Blogger Morgan, at 12:31 AM  

  • The smug bastards should surely pay more tax on account of their smugness! I nearly fainted at work today when one lad said how much he was planning to spend on an engagement ring. (But not until their other friend has got married, what's that obscure point of etiquette all about?)

    By Blogger orange anubis, at 12:35 AM  

  • I think you're being beastly to that nice Mr Cameron. I used to fancy him when he was on Top Of The Pops in the early 80s.

    By Blogger Tim Footman, at 3:53 AM  

  • I'm part of a smug married couple that's rolling in it but I still say - fuck off panfaced tory cunt.

    Post of the week.

    By Blogger Betty, at 10:55 AM  

  • I didn't bother actually writing this post properly as you all know what I am likely to think on the matter.

    Does this mean I've reached a higher level of blogging - I just point you in the general dierction and let you make up the rest?

    Anyhow - what I may perhaps have continued with would have boon - just how many people is he trying to piss off here?

    Gay people, single parents, divorcees, unhappily marrieds hoping for an amicable divorce, happily-coupled with no plans for a wedding, and, most importantly (to me), single people...

    Tim, that link made me feel physically sick.

    By Blogger Spinsterella, at 1:17 PM  

  • *Pan faced tory twat* yes. Scottish robbing taxing bastard hypocritical shitebag with smug "I dont even need to get elected" (I am really English) chip on his shoulder fuckwit. Please-o-please-o-please can someone come up with an alternative that does not mean emigration. Drugs- give pan face more drugs....

    By Anonymous Fidel, at 9:34 PM  

  • Ooh that joint smoking degenerate...pot must have addled his brain.

    By Blogger EmmaK, at 1:07 AM  

  • To the first Tory to say anything ANYTHING about 'protecting marriage as an key institution in our society': I wish a plague of cannibalistic headlice on you.

    If it's so ruddy marvellous it can look after itseld.

    By Blogger Bowleserised, at 4:15 PM  

  • How much is it? I could use it as an excuse to borrow money off my brother. If only he had any.

    By Blogger Billy, at 6:25 PM  

  • What planet do you people live on ?

    By Anonymous Janie, at 7:08 PM  

  • Hello janie, and welcome.

    See, we're nice and friendly on this planet, no matter how ill-informed your opinions are.

    Although I'd suggest that if you think the married couples' tax allowance is a good thing, you're not going to find an awful lot here to please you.

    By Blogger Spinsterella, at 7:22 AM  

  • I would think my opinions are about as ill informed as yours thanks - for that is what they are, opinions. I love these blogs where someone spouts something and all their friends come along and nod and clap in agreement.
    I would not suggest going back to the married couples allowance any more than I would want to give the child allowance back to the husband. We have moved on from there, but I do think that there should be some financial incentive for women who want to give up work to look after their children.

    By Anonymous Janie, at 7:59 AM  

  • I tried to find another blog post with 'Tory Cunts' as a tag, and funnily enough I failed. Good work.

    By Anonymous stagedive, at 11:06 AM  

  • Why should there be a financial incentive to have kids? If you want sprogs that's your choice, not mine, why should I pay more taxes to help you raise your family? When I knock somebody up, then I'll act like a responsible adult and pay for the child's upbringing, but until then I want to spend my money on a huge flat-panel TV, not other people's ickle darlings.

    By Blogger LC, at 12:39 PM  

  • Ic.
    We already have child benefit for the children thank you.
    When you have your sprogs will you be happy for someone else to bring them up, unless you are wealthy enough to manage on one salary which is very difficult for a lot of people in this country?

    By Anonymous Janie, at 1:37 PM  

  • "Just as well nobody's going to vote for them, eh?"

    You may be wrong about that one ella!

    The tags may well be appropriate, but they could equally well be applied to Bliar and his lot.

    As Ben 'the sell-out' Elton might well have said "oooh little bit of politics there"

    By Blogger Freddy, at 2:42 PM  

  • will the tax break be for same-sex couples as well, or is he discriminating against gays too?

    i can appreciate that the purpose of the tax break is to make it more feasible for a parent to stay home and raise sprogs (though, unlike our friend Janie, i would not assume it needs be the woman), but the way to resolve that is to have jobs pay a living wage so that it again becomes possible, as it once was, to support a family on one income.

    By Blogger Chaucer's Bitch, at 5:06 PM  

  • (and just to play the devil's advocate here, the tax break doesn't actually cost the public aything, because the money will be spent either on tax breaks or government-funded daycare programs. at the end of the day we all end up raising the sprogs.)

    By Blogger Chaucer's Bitch, at 5:07 PM  

  • My Experience of Marriage:

    1) Spend thousands of pounds on wedding.

    2) Spend thousands of pounds buying my mum a new car, because I absent-mindedly crashed hers during the wedding rehearsal.

    3) Spend thousands of pounds on rent while husband looks for a job.

    4) Split up with husband.

    If I received any tax breaks during that brief 15-month period, I certainly didn't notice them.

    By Blogger patroclus, at 12:47 PM  

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