In case you slept in this morning and just rolled out of bed, permit me to be the first to tell you something you may well not believe . . . a bumpkin has been put in charge of Great Britain!
No, I’m not pulling your piñata!
It’s happened again.
Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson, a fleshy 55-year old who has yet to figure out how to comb his hair and is one of the geniuses behind Brexit, Britain’s self-imposed economic death sentence, has been elected by a select few ‘leaders’ of the Conservative Party to succeed Prime Minister Teresa May.
After America handed over the reins of power to a bumbling, shifty, racist in November of 2016, could any thinking person on the planet be surprised by this revoltin’ development?
How about Charlie Sheen as America’s next ‘acting’ Secretary of State, Kim Kardashian as UN Ambassador, or Cheech and Chong as co-Commissioners of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)?
The election of someone like Boris Johnson to be Prime Minister of a current world power underscores the depth of desperation reached by short-sighted parliamentarians whose egos won’t allow them to admit that Brexit was an appalling mistake that should be kicked to the kerb.
Johnson not only shares a ridiculous hairdo with the old man who pretends to lead America, but he’s also just as surly toward the truth and is quite clearly not the brightest bulb on either side of the Atlantic Ocean.
So, where will Prime Minister Boris Johnson lead the United Kingdom?
Will Boris care enough, be honest enough, and be smart enough to objectively evaluate what is best for the British people and enact a sound vision for the economic, diplomatic, and social future of Great Britain and its allies around the world?
Is Boris qualified to lead Parliament to establish policies that will create a robust yet fair and balanced economy, affordable housing and healthcare, racial harmony, meaningful climate change, and an active, pro-democracy foreign policy?
If you believe this particular clown cares and is qualified, please tell us why.
If you don’t believe in Boris, you may want to send your condolences to his barber.