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Sunday, May 26, 2019

Boris is bad enough

The British are replacing their prime minister.

They don't need a populist like Donald Trump. They need a blond man with a distinct hairstyle.

Like Donald Trump.

My boss of 26 years at the local paper taught me the Hair Theory of Presidential Elections. The one with the best hair wins.

Hillary's hair was often thin and flat. But so was her effort. She felt so entitled that she did not try to earn it.

Donald Trump worked his tail off and carried 30 states.

I had to laugh at Matt Drudge's headline today about Hillary wowing 1,500 people in Texas.


That is how many people are in line five hours before the Trump Rally begins.

The British need a Donald Trump who will shake the government by its eyeteeth.

The British need someone who puts their country first. The British need someone who will leave the European Union. Just leave. Close the Chunnel, too. Finally, the British need someone who will protect their culture and their heritage from invaders.

For nearly 1,000 years since the Norman invasion, British leaders have protected their homeland. Now they are under attack. If the Battle of Britain was the nation's finest hour, this is its most grotesque.

They need a bad ass.

And Boris Johnson is bad enough.


  1. Nigel Farage says Boris is not to be trusted about Brexit.

    1. Farage would say that as I presume that Farage is motivated, at least in part, by the fact that he doesn't want to lose any votes for his Brexit Party back to the Tories in the upcoming European Parliament elections. Maybe he's right, too. We'll see.

  2. It does remind me of a blogpost by a gal named Tam from years ago:
    "I dunno... The EUtopians may seem all soft, docile, and toothless right now, but the recent immigrant welfare sponge class is playing with fire here. Euros have a proven zero-to-jackboots time lower than just about anybody on the planet. Get Gunter or Pierre all backed into a corner and feeling existentially threatened and you'll be wishing you hadn't, faster than you can say "Arbeit Macht Frei."
    I'm still wondering if the euroweenies are too far gone to survive.

  3. He's PC and pro-EU. Buyer beware.

  4. Big D, re your post of yesterday on Boris...I wasn’t saying the chances of him folding like a cheap container on Brexit were Nil. It could happen. ANYTHING could happen. I was just saying I’d be very surprised. What we got with Mr. T was like a BOGO - he’s focused on America, for sure, but also has been magnificent in foreign policy. Leaders around the world, smart ones anyways, now see that you can stand up to the bullying bullshit of the Left. Come on Boris - get on with it!

  5. "They can’t hear in West o’ London, where the worst dine with the best—
    Deaf to all save lies and laughter, they can’t hear in London West—
    Tailored brutes and splendid harlots, and the parasites that be—
    They can’t hear the warning thunder of the Drums of Battersea."

    H. Lawson

  6. I see what you did there with the headline Don. Natasha would be proud.

    1. I was complimenting Don. Rocky and Bullwinkle Show... Boris Badinoff [Bad Enough]. It made me laugh.

    2. Boris and "Natasha" were always working against "Moose and squirrel"

  7. The Brits needn't concern themselves about the EU destroying their country, the socialist-muslim coalition are already doing that from the inside.

  8. Conservative Nationalists and Patriotic Candidates have swept elections for the EU Parliament
    all across Europe. I blame Trump!

    This comes on the heels of recent victories around the globe, including Australia, India, Israel, Italy and Brazil, to name but a few.

    Winston Churchill spoke of a “United States of Europe” as a way to ensure peace between France and Germany and as a bulwark against Communist Russia–never as Socialist EU Superstate and certainly not as a doormat for the Mohammedan Caliphate.

    It is heartening to see this result on Memorial Day weekend when the sacrifices that so many made for Europe’s and America’s freedom are on our minds.

    It is especially pleasing to see the district of Labour's Jeremy Corbyn’s reject his odious philosophy, if by “philosophy" you mean the unpleasant stench of a Nazi collaborator born fifty years too late.

    This is what real leadership can do.

  9. Don is that final line a reference to Rocky & Bullwinkle?

  10. I am testing to see how comments work.