The face of Britain has changed radically in the last 50 years but our Parliament still does not reflect our diverse population. There are literally millions of overweight morons in this country who do not have a voice.
This has to change.
It's time for the Labour leadership to reflect the face of the smug minority.
It's time for supercilious half-wits to be properly represented.
It's Abbott time.
A vote for Diane Abbott is a vote for
- Saying one thing and doing another
- Inexplicable self-satisfaction
- Patting Michael Portillo on the knee
For too long, politics has been dominated by a privileged elite. Diane Abbot represents people like you—normal, everyday wealthy Cambridge graduates who send their children to public school and who have never had a proper job.
If you're one of the 50% of Britons who don't know what the fuck you're talking about, Abbott will make your voice heard.
If you're one of the 19% of population who indulge in rank hypocrisy, Abbott knows how you feel.
If you're one of the 8% of the population who conduct conversations with your eyes closed, as if talking to a six-year old, you must vote Abbott for Labour leader.
Only one candidate can lead Labour into the
Abbott is her own woman with a fiercely independent mind. She prides herself on never listening to anything anyone says to her.
Abbott has already gained national notoriety for her appearances on BBC's Thursday night politics show It's Nearly Midnight And We're All Pissed, in which she takes up two-thirds of a sofa alongside Michael Portillo. Portillo, a committed supporter of the Conservative party, has enthusiastically endorsed Abbott's candidature.
So don't vote for the same tired old faces. Vote for someone who once read a book by Michael Moore and can recite bits of it on television while the other guests stifle their laughter.
After 13 years of Labour rule, Britain is on its knees. Give Diane Abbott the tools and she will finish the job.
If Abbott becomes Labour leader, it will be a historic moment for the party. So go on, vote Abbott and make Labour history.