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TheBigotBasher Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Aug-29-10 03:05 PM
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Stewart Jackson. Cough, Banker, Cough.

Stewart Jackson - stupid banker

Stewart Jackson is the Idiot MP for Peterborough. According to the Telegraph, he claimed more than 66,000 for his family home, including hundreds of pounds on refurbishing his swimming pool.

He owns a large house in Peterborough as well as his old home in Ealing. The taxpayers are paying for his home in Peterborough.

Despite claiming his Peterborough home as his second home so he could get the taxpayer to pay for it, his website (which was also taxpayer-funded) claims

they live in Central Peterborough with their daughter Isabel. He helped small companies with their Human Resource/Personnel issues and is a specialist advisor in the "Investors in People" quality standard.

His method of thanking the constituents that paid for this largess, to call them a bunch of whingers and moaners.

Those whingers and moaners re-elected him, they are a forgiving bunch in Peterborough. So now he is sitting pretty on taxpayer largesse, he is forging a career on the back-benches as an idiot rent-a-quote MP.

On learning that STD's were on the increase Jackson twitted on twitter:-

"Very disappointing news on STD (sexually trasmitted disease) rates in Peterborough. No doubt our liberal friends will tell us we need more sex education - as it's worked so well!"

Well abstinence only education worked so well for its key proponent in America.

To stir the hornet's nest some more (as well as gain some more publicity) Jackson added "Touched a raw nerve with shrill intolerant pro-sex education lefties who don't like debating the issues. Wonder why not?"

That's bad enough, but he then adds:-

"sad, tedious sex-obsessed leftie weirdos" who were "unable to debate issues without personal abuse and vicious shrill denunciation".

What seems odd about this is that the BBC is reporting that Jackson is creating this fuss while he is on holiday; so poor old Stewart must be extremely bored given that he wants to stoke up a war of words from his holiday hotel room.

Some facts for Mr Jackson to ponder while he is on the beach. England has a very poor sex education record and as a consequence one of the highest rates of teen pregnancy and youth STDs in the developed World.

Before he debates anyone on the subject, I'd suggest he starts to read up in the basics first. Starting with a comparison of how other Countries deal with sex education.
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Hopeless Romantic Donating Member (495 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Aug-29-10 03:27 PM
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1. What a thieving no good hypocritical Tory prat
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taxpayersalliance Donating Member (1 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Aug-30-10 04:28 AM
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2. Rude MP
ckson is rude to his constituents and uses House of Commons office to send out insults. Report him to standards for using public equipment, funds and office to be rude to constituents. Below one of e mails, there are other letters and rude texts from him as MP!! Start reading from the bottom what a way to treat voters.

To: a.
Date: Wed, 21 Jul 2010 10:37:15 +0100
Subject: RE: thats the reason i will never vote for a banker like you

Youre confusing me with someone who gives a damn

Cheerio loser

Stewart Jackson MP

Sent: 20 July 2010 23:52
To: JACKSON, Stewart
Subject: thats the reason i will never vote for a banker like you

After reading the below I am glad I did vote for you

> From:
> To:
> Date: Tue, 20 Jul 2010 17:22:54 +0100
> Subject: RE: Please defend the BBC
> Dear Mr L
> I am in receipt of your e-mail regarding
> I would normally write in reply a considered and thoughtful response but as your e-mail is childish and facetious, you wont be getting a reply.
> Please dont write again as you similarly wont be receiving a reply.
> Stewart Jackson MP
> Original Message
> From:
> Sent: 20 July 2010 15:49
> To: JACKSON, Stewart
> Subject: Please defend the BBC
> From:
> A L
> Dear Stewart Jackson MP,
> I saw Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt threatening to cut the BBCs licence fee this weekend. The BBC isnt perfect, but its worth protecting. Im worried this government may be putting ideology and the interests of rival media barons like Rupert Murdoch before the interests of ordinary listeners and viewers. I do not want the UK to become like America with the 150 channels and theres still nothing on but cheep TV. As we knew 20 odd years ago when satalite TV started comming over our TV programmes would suffer and become like what we have now. I dont watch much TV any more because of this but the BBC do some good programes now and then.
> Please will you:
> 1. Raise my concerns with Jeremy Hunt and tell him I dont want cuts forced on the BBC.
> 2. Tell me what youll do as my MP to stand up for the BBC and protect it from cuts.
> Thanks
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T_i_B Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Aug-31-10 02:07 AM
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4. That looks like a 38 Degrees e-mail
In which case he would not be the only Tory MP to send back rude replies to constituents over this matter.

I dread to think what these dingbats will come out with when recall elections get raised again.
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LeftishBrit Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Aug-30-10 06:40 AM
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3. Jackson seems to be nasty even by Tory standards.
Here is a link to an article that he wrote about benefit claimants:

Of course, he could be called a benefit claimant himself - I doubt that many of the unemployed in Peterborough have actually expected taxpayers to pay for a private swimming pool!

It's a fairly marginal seat (Labour from 1997 to 2005), and I hope he comes a cropper next time.

As regards abstinence-only education, there is a lot of evidence that it doesn't work; and studies show that in America the 'Bible Belt' states have higher rates of teenage pregnancy than the more liberal states.

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