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That's exactly it
I didn't want any of this, not the coalition in 2010, not their consciously cruel austerity (which the Lib Dems are desperately trying to distance themselves from, despite their total and enthusiastic acquiescence), not the resentment and unrest it led to, not the non-existent rebuttal of Tory lies about the economy orchestrated by Miliband, not the desperate ploy of a referendum that Cameron employed, not the fraudulent campaining, not the complete and utter disaster that was May making a bad situation worse, not the return of Farage, not the rise of this overpriveleged fat idiot as the supposed ailment to all our woes.
It seems that what I want is at odds with the wishes of the great British public. So let them decide. But please permit myself a smidgen of hope that this impending disaster will expose Alexander de Pfeffel and his morally bankrupt party for what they are.
Won't happen anyway. The disaster might, but Fraudage will ride back to the rescue, telling the gullible hordes that it would have all worked out but for the liberal elites. Of whom I expect "Boris" to become part whenever it suits.
Might as well look for some crumb of comfort.
So ruining the country for at least a generation is a small price to pay for the temporary eclipse of the Conservative Party?
If he wants a no-deal Brexit, he can own it. Let it all fall down around his ears and see him exposed for the vacuous, lazy, incompetent, posturing fraud that he is.
There is a big downside to this, of course. But if it's going to happen, let it be the stake that is driven into the twitching corpse of the Conservative Party.