In response to Michael St George: Reading the Tory tea leaves with Mystic Michael,

The Prez wrote:

I’ll not be voting for my Tory-in-name-only MP again. However, were that not the case, I could see myself backing the party under either Raab or Johnson, with Raab being my first preference. That lead has steadily widened as time has gone on.

However, it’s pretty clear to me from looking at the above that the parliamentary Tory party still, in spite of everything, doesn’t grasp the scale of the problem facing it. If they did, there would be only Brexiteers on that ballot, or Remainers who’ve fully recanted and said ‘we get it!’

The fact that they’re even considering putting an odious troglodyte like Gove or a Blairite empty suit like Hunt forward demonstrates the absolute disconnect between them and not only the country but also their own remaining members.

They deserve absolute annihilation at the next election and we in the Brexit Party will be happy to oblige.

starfish wrote:

It’s Boris/Raab or Farage cleans up.

Burt wrote:

No 1. It is beyond absurd and insanely self-indulgent to take ten weeks to select the next leader.

No 2. The Tories can either deliver No-Deal Brexit, or Farage will. I don’t care and I see no evidence that most of the public care either.

No 3. All of these candidates need to be aware of the pending revelations of their personal skeletons in their closets!

Julian Flood wrote:

Gove, Hunt, Hancock: PM, Chancellor, Home Secretary.

Be afraid.

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