Would the real Boris please stand up…

This excellent piece of blogging from the Remittance Man.

Things become more and more encouraging, for we have another article, this time in the Telegraph
slating the “one-establishment” political class. John O'Sullivan
compares the British political process of the last thirty years to the
last half of the Soviet era and ponders whether Cameron is not the
British Gorbachev.

This of course leads us to the inevitable question: “Who will be our Yeltsin?”

Personally I think we've got one. Mayor of a large
city (or about to become one), unconventional in appearance and style.
A bit of a lad. And he's called Boris too!

Yep! Boris Johnson has all the hallmarks for
Saviour of the Nation. Now the question is: “Who's going to park a tank
in Parliament Square for him?”

And for the hard of thinking: here's RM's equation for national salvation in pictures:

  

PLUS



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FREEDOM


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