Friday, 3 June 2016
The Accidental Referendum
I'll be glad when it's all over, and I don't have to listen to any more of the hyperbollock nonsense issuing forth from both sides of the debate. Neither side is coming out of it very well, but the Leave Campaign has by far the biggest idiot quotient - you've just got to look and to listen to the tousled-haired buffoon and wannabe Prime Minister Boris Johnson, to realise that the people like him who want to run the country after Brexit are stark staring mad, and dangerous to boot. As for David Cameron, he's shown himself to be totally inept and intellectually lazy, always ready to blame everybody else for his own mistakes. The only reason we're having this referendum in the first place is because it appeared in the last Conservative manifesto to appease the swivel-eyed nutter faction of the Tory Party. Unfortunately, now that the Liberals aren't in government, and can't be used as an excuse for the abandonment of election promises, Cameron finds himself hoist by his own petard, and so we find ourselves spending millions of pounds of taxpayer's money, having a needless referendum not because it's in the best interests of the country, but because it's in the best interests of the Conservative Party.
Vote to stay in Europe. The alternative means a Boris Johnson premiership, which would be disastrous for the country. The man's an idiot.