Extreme armchairing

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In one RESET I dealt with the number of terms of office that our employees have had a seat in Parliament. I proposed a popular initiative to reduce to a maximum of 2 the terms of office for a parliamentarian. Then after they have served the country they return to their profession.
The permanent politician is against public decorum. At the end of their life, what will their children and relatives think? Their dignity and ours is in play.
However there are people who persist in their stay. Persistent employees, a parliamentary malaria. Immune to any political catastrophe. Brezhnev and Mao were presidents. Mazzola and Rivera were playing for the National team and Pope John Paul II had not even been elected. They were there. They challenge the decades. Centuries pass. In the classification that I’m publishing life senators like Andreotti and Cossiga are not included. By now they are eternal and thus beyond human judgement.
The attachment to an armchair is bipartisan. You can see Bonino (7), Mastella (9), Cossutta (10), La Malfa (9), De Mita (8), Violante (8), Casini (7), Fini (7). The whole parliamentary array.
I propose an institute for re-education of long-term parliamentarians. To restore them to civil society with a profession. Let’s rehabilitate them. In good faith some of the voters celebrate their persistence in Parliament. They cut ribbons and cakes.
They need a psychologist or perhaps a psychiatrist. They don’t realize that they are disconnected from reality. In fact, what is the profession of full-time politician? How do we want to judge it? And above all, how can we continue to put up with it? RESET!

Posted by Beppe Grillo at 09:45 AM in | Comments (5)
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We must kick they fuckin ass togheter

Posted by: gino galli | November 18, 2006 11:48 AM


I'm not so sure about not having professional politicians - after all if the current bunch were a wee bit more professional then maybe they would not be making such a mess of everything.

Posted by: Alex R | November 16, 2006 07:59 PM


I agree. There should not be professional politicians. I just wonder whether political experience is important to be a better legislator?

Posted by: Louis Pacella | November 16, 2006 07:28 PM


Hello there and as proof of complete incompetence I don't have to remind anybody that the Indulto under the nine (9) time Mastella has released approx 30.000,00 inmates while they told the pubblic 12.700,00 would exit Italian jails.
Thanks one more time for reminding us how incompetent all of you are and therefore you deserved to go out in the real world and receive the real consequences of your mistake (Being fired would be nice).
Thanks for the opportunity

Posted by: Giacomo Chiametti | November 14, 2006 06:08 PM


But the already have the RAI-re-educationists.

Back to the same old for more, more atrocious, disgusting and totally devoid of “reality” only of Mr de Filipi Costanzo trash.

The Bonino, Fini, Casini, Mastella – give me a rest! I wish they would shut up and not talk about what they do not know.

Even worse than that butcher scumbag thug Dummy-did-a-Fled, Rummy-Fled "we now know, the unknown……………………………..”

Posted by: Marcia Visanji | November 14, 2006 10:36 AM


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