Friday, 9 April 2010
True Brit 28
As the wastrels and media whores that pass as politicians nowadays fill the airwaves as the election bandwagon gains speed, I wish that a politician of the temperament of Norman Tebbit would burst forth. Concerned with focus groups,advisers and six o'clock news soundbites ,contemporary politicians quail at the thought of engaging the opposition with any real vigour as they worry they may transgress any of the many PC traps that litter the political landscape. Baron Tebbit is not such a timorous beastie, for our Norm the sight of a socialist union lackey (not counting his justifiably robust views on terrorists) fleeing before his acerbic tongue was part and parcel of being a politician. Politics is too important to be viewed as a talent contest populated by second rate smiling buffoons....we need men of Baron Tebbit's character to put the larcenous rabble that masquerades as the labour party to the sword and perhaps give some muscle to Cameron's timid followers...one last time by chance Baron Tebbit?