‘We want a President who may name election to oust Tory authorities of fools’
If we had an elected head of state (as I imagine we must always), our president would right this moment dissolve this parliament of fools and name a basic election.
That could be the quickest and cleanest approach out of the quagmire into which the Tories have marched neck-deep. It’s dangerous sufficient that they’ve plunged themselves into the ordure, however dragging the nation down with them is unforgivable.
Catastrophe follows disaster. They’re now speaking up the prospects of a management contest to do away with ruinous Rishi. “What, another one?” I can hear Brenda of Bristol complaining.
Sunak yesterday blustered his dedication to hold on regardless, however the Tories have run out of concepts, and of docile MPs prepared to promote them to a disbelieving public. Robert Jenrick’s resignation as Immigration Minister is merely the newest manifestation of this relentless decline. Two new numpties in new migration ministries invented in a single day.
Having obtained to the underside of their expertise, they’re now scraping within the dust beneath the barrel. And that’s the place you’ll discover the girl determined to take over – twice-sacked Suella Braverman. She refuses to disclaim plotting to oust Sunak, damning him with faint reward.
Asked if he’ll lead the Tories into the election, she muttered, in tones of ringing insincerity, “I hope he does.”
Sphericals. She and her fellow right-wing nutters will solely again him if he does as they inform him, which he is aware of is political suicide. Only an election, and a change of presidency, will get us out of this deadlock. It gained’t come whereas the Prime Minister has carte blanche over once we are allowed select our authorities.
That’s why we want an elected head of state. Gordon Brown for president, anybody?