It's bypassed because it's something I don't know about, whereas I felt able to comment on the other things. It's called 'not overreaching', you should try it.
Interesting how my point about civil servant's wages (which MPs are), and using money for things it is taxed for, was completely bypassed.
I also find it completely nuts, that people that preside over government employment policy sought out educations and skillsets in areas that have very limited career prospects. Flawed political policy? Or flawed life policy?
In other, less beliigerent news, it's interesting that you point out that 'limited career prospects' of politicians skillsets/education as being important. Why?
1) How is it limited if you can get a cushy job as an MP? (as you see it)
2) Not all politicians are Arts graduates, and even if they were, you do know most of those manage to do alright.
3) Why must a politician possess a skillset of another job? Is there a skillset *just* for politicians? I'm not being sarccy with that comment, I am genuinely asking you for your view.