Well, I mean, there is only so much 'SCHLOCK-HORROR' that you can take before the eye-lids begin to droop and the need for a really good nap takes over. Take 'The Gingea Ninja', for example; he is a non-stop 'schlock-horror' perp of truly Olympic standards but after nearly two years of him I just wish he would shut up and let me nod off quietly. Mind you, to be fair, his predecessor was also an 'A1 crasher of the first order' in that he never stopped droning on like a second-rate vicar at Morning Service and because everyone gave up listening to him his patent lies drifted by un-noticed. Returning to 'The Gingea Ninja', it is now perfectly clear that his non-stop spiel is merely the political equivalent of the classic fairground barker. It is impossible to know what he really thinks, or even if he thinks at all, thus it is necessary to keep your fingers crossed and, like a hawk, watch what he actually does!
Meanwhile, 'over here' the 'Brexit Bore-a-Thon' goes on and on and on. I have given up trying to follow all the details but my detestation of the parliamentary, Tory party 'Remainers' grows daily not because they are 'Remainers', everyone is entitled to their own opinion on the subject, but because they voted to support a referendum in which, er, "We the people" were asked to give a decision on the matter. Of course, they voted for a referendum because in their arrogant stupidity they thought it inconceivable that 'we the peeps' would actually vote for Brexit. They should have registered their disappointment and then honourably followed the will of the people. Instead, alas, this gaggle of dis-honourable men and women MPs have tried every trick in the book to defeat the government and overturn the referendum result. Only the courageous actions of a handful of Labour MPs saved the Tory government yesterday and thus not only saved (for the moment) Brexit but also saved the country from a Corbyn government.
Sorry to be boring myself but stand-by for one of my favourite and thus oft repeated Shakespearean quotes:
Hence shall we see,/ If power change purpose what our seemers be.
Well, now we know exactly and precisely "what our seemers be" and I trust that in due course their constituency electorates will, in turn, show these "seemers" what they, the people, be!