Politians on TV are in Parliament making fun of another member,name calling and turning it into a show. If we did that shit at work,we would be reprimanded as it is unprofessional as well as demeaning and so on.
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  1. shadowstarz

    The immaturity they exude is rather pathetic, and to make it worst, is that its televised nationally & globally for all to see ! 😂🤓😵🔫🤐

    February 10, 2017
  2. Nightbane

    Not certain about your s but the UK parliament is has seen the former PM calling a member a fossil. They have a lot of conventions on unparliamentary language and bringing the house into disgrace or disrepute but will still uphold the members’ absolute right to speak absolutely as they think and feel after those. Insults are quite allowed, it keeps them from fisticuffs and pistols later. I am reminded there is, in that parliament right now, a member whose ( I believe it was ) great grandfather was shot dead in the chambre. Better they vent spleen with open insults in the chambre than with pistols or what have you later, or so it seems to me. Too, if they seem childish, keep in mind they were voted for and represent the constituents, are thought by them to be desirable models for said representation.
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    Query: Is it possible to watch your parliament online?

    February 11, 2017
  3. rebecca2013

    try the U.S. we get entertained every day from the White House…. sigh

    February 11, 2017
  4. rebecca2013

    …. And Congress…… and the Left…… and the Right….. it is like a multi-ring circus

    February 11, 2017
  5. Tony51203

    You are right. In work we would get fired for such behavior.

    February 11, 2017
  6. imogenjeffreys

    In the parliament house politician make fun of their fellows instead of making solid decisions about the bright future of their country. They are just wasting their time or taking their pay through illegal essay writing service way. The government should take strong action to make decision in parliament house

    February 13, 2017