While we yet slave, the trough-pigs still hoover in the money


David Davis

Perhaps it would matter less that Members of the European Parliament scoop £200,000 per year in “expenses” and “allowances” (that’s about USD  $  300,000) if what they did was essentially harmless and unimportant to the rest of us.

I’m not sure that President Barack Obama even earns quite that total amount (with his ordinary pay of course) and you oculd argue that he deserves it more in return for the augmented stress of his own job.

We at the Libertarian Alliance often say that being engulfed in the EU is “a” problem, but it is not “the main” problem, for Britain and in particular England (which not only does the nett paying for the EU boondoggle, but against which and against whose traditions, customs and commercial practises “EU directives” are often specifically “directed”.

But the EU is certainly an expensive problem, aside from the legislative implications. if we could leave, we could abolish VAT.

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One response to “While we yet slave, the trough-pigs still hoover in the money

  1. “But the EU is certainly an expensive problem, aside from the legislative implications. if we could leave, we could abolish VAT.”

    Do you mean “legally abolish” or “economically abolish”?

    Why do you assume that leaving a unified market of 300 million customers will not lead to a considerable reduction in GDP and tax revenues? Have you even bothered to work it out? Or is it just more dogma?

    [ FX: “Next: Revelations!” ]

    Tony