Thursday, 3 December 2009

Labour candidate axed for calling Queen 'vermin'

Peter White, lined up as a Labour candidate in in South Hornchuch, Wavering, has been sacked for calling the Queen a parasite and vermin.

Conservative MP, Andrew Rosindell has been campaigning on Facebook for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee in 2012 to be a public holiday. White responded by commenting:

"What is the point of celebrating the diamond jubilee of someone who is born into a position of privilege, she is a parasite and milks this country for everything she can."

She has more front than Margate asking for extra money from the civil list. Maybe she should sell a couple of her properties. Maybe if she wants Buckingham Palace to be maintained from public funds she should open it to the public.

Don't get me wrong, I have no problem with a public holiday but let's have one that means something, rather than celebrating vermin."

This type of comment is common within the Labour party. You only have to visit sites like YouTube to see them.

Labour hate the royals. They have called for her to be stripped of power and have the monarchy abolished.

I have a better idea. Let's get rid of labour!


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