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Discussion in 'Personal' started by MAGAorMIGA, Jun 19, 2019.
I don't really think it matters who comes second, as Boris has it in the bag.
Providing Johnson keeps his 157 votes from this round, add up all the votes from the other three candidates and they total 154.
So if the votes from Javid, Gove, and Hunt all go to the second candidate, Johnson will still be PM in a month by a few votes.
Not my choice, but then I don't get to vote.
Boris can put his foot in it many, many times in a month.
Not that it will probably make any difference.
The problem is that what a Tory and what an anti-Tory consider ''foot in mouth'' are very different things.
Rory Stewart put his ''foot in his mouth'' by calling for increases in public spending, backing May's EU plan and basically - not behaving from Tory-like.
Listening to his ex-employer from The Spectator on R4:
"I wouldn't trust Boris with my wallet or my wife."
"He's wanted to be PM as long as I've known him....but he won't know what to do with it."
"The only person he cares about is himself."
Our future PM.
God help us.
Prime Ministers often don't get their own way. Look at Theresa May ...
The good news is that the man who did more damage to state education in his tenure as Secretary of State for Education than any minister since William Cowper-Temple has been defeated. The bad news is that the man who did more damage to healthcare in the UK than any other minister since Viscount Addison is still in, as is an incompetent buffoon who turned the UK into a laughing stock in his tenure as Foreign Secretary, whose incompetence, laziness and indiscretions have been only-too-well documented. How is it that the UK face being placed under the rule of these awful extremists, who want to turn us into the 51st state of the USA, and who are implacable, sworn foes of the public services in their charge? It’s beyond terrible.
You're over-ranting now. How do you work that one out?
Both have made clear that they see the UK's future as being under the umbrella of US economic and military protection, Robin to the USA's Batman. Both believe in the US model of public service delivery, with the minimum of state input and a maximum of private. Hunt wants to move us towards the US healthcare model.
(seen on Twitter)
here's a list of the things Sarah Vine is smashing up in an incandescent rage at this very moment:
a £331 Chinon armchair
a £493 Manchu cabinet
a £134.50 pair of elephant lamps
a £750 Loire table
a £432 birch Camargue chair
a £238.50 birdcage coffee table
Hunt or Johnson. Like having to choose between drowning or immolation.
Or Fred West or Peter Sutcliffe.
Thank goodness it won't be me having to make that choice in the next four weeks.
If a week is a long time in politics, four weeks is an eternity. That's ample time for either of them to fall flat on their faces. Ample time too for a bit of embarrassing dirt to be dug up by the newspapers, now they know exactly who the contest is between.
Embarrassing dirt does fork all these days. Look at Trump and all the appalling things he's said. Look at Johnson talking about "watermelon smiles" and "pickanninies" and the poem he published about Scotland in The Spectator. Nothing sticks. That's the way of things these days.
I mean, Theresa May kept her job after admitting to running through corn-fields. Everything's gone to shart.
Indeed. Now the great cavorting white elephant must strike poses all on his own...
I have a theory on this. Was she a try out, back in the day, for the advert for the first Flake Girl?