Monday, May 28, 2012

Baroness Warsi...

... is an absolutely appalling, talentless, excuse for a human being—and Fleet Street Fox sums up the position that she enjoys.
At worst, Warsi is a fraud, a charlatan, and utterly amoral if she took money from those without much to spare, lined her own pockets, and did it all with a smile on her face and sense of entitlement while accepting free meals from a friend who had allowed her to stay.

Which of those two possibilities is right we may never know but either way she hardly has the ideal qualities for someone who sits in Cabinet meetings and represents the Government in public.

But we can't vote her out, because we didn't vote her in.

Warsi benefited from the drive for a more modern, open and diverse Tory party by being selected to fight a seat in Dewsbury which has a large Muslim population.

She not only failed to win, she even managed to cut the Tory share of the vote; a towering failure by anyone's standards.

Although she was unelectable the Prime Minister thought she made him seem nicer, because she was a woman and she was brown. So she was made a minister in the House of Lords from which position she tells everyone else what to do, both in her party and the country.

And unless she jumps or is shoved, that's where she's staying. Regardless of whether she resigns her job she will for evermore be a Baroness.

The fact that Cameron gave Warsi a position in the Tory Party—rather than just stuffing her in the Lords and waiting until she lost interest—simply emphasises that the massively-foreheaded, Buttered New Potato has absolutely no fucking judgement whatsoever.

But, then, is there anybody in the country who has not already realised this...?

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

And she's different from, all other politicians, how exactly?

Anonymous said...

Other politicians were voted in.

Simon Jester said...

"...the massively-foreheaded, Buttered New Potato has absolutely no fucking judgement whatsoever.
But, then, is there anybody in the country who has not already realised this...?"

Your stockbroker?

Anonymous said...

Well, to be fair, her share of the Tory vote only dropped because the BNP tripled its vote there in 2005. The Labour winner's vote share dropped even further.

Techno Mystic said...

Unelected and unrepresentative, patronising and bossy, I really started to hate her when she started to lecture people on "building communities" a few years ago.

What's funny is that when the Conservatives put up a white, male, heterosexual, middle-aged lawyer in Dewsbury he won which demonstrates that Conservative voters will turn out to vote for a candidate who is, well, Conservative.