THIS WEEK? Cam slams rest to be ‘tummy sticks’ champ
they believe it, but because saying it happens to suit them politically.
Even Boris Johnson, who doesn’t seem to need any extra publicity, only decided which way he was going to vote very late in the day – when he’d figured out that campaigning to leave would help him become our next Prime Minister.
However, champion of champions in the ‘ tummy sticks’ stakes has to be our current Prime Minister.
Before the ‘ tummy sticks’ started, he was saying if he didn’t get the deal he wanted on EU migrants being able to claim benefits, he would vote to leave.
Now that he has seen there’s the possibility of a very satisfying game of ‘tummy sticks’ in the offing, he’s stripped himself naked and is rubbing against his opponents so furiously it’s likely to start a fire.
He’s come out with all sorts of stuff he’s never said before, like leaving the EU could trigger World War Three.
But if he really believed that, why would he have been okay about leaving just because we have to pay benefits to anyone that lands on our shores?
The sad thing is that most people now seem to accept that politicians will happily dump what they believe in, for the sake of a good game of ‘tummy sticks’.
They will say whatever it takes to get their name in the media, splashing their words across pages of newsprint and furthering their own careers and hunger for power.
Sorry if all of that has put you off your tea. It’s certainly put me off mine.