Guess what, Mr Frown won the no confidence vote. Gosh.
Mr James has already pointed out how POOR the Labour television was – Mr Frown in the back of a taxi, grasping hands reaching forwards to seize the wheel; Lord Blairimort stuck in there with him, eyes desperately flickering around looking for a way out – and he also talked about Mr Frown's new book: "COURAGE: EIGHT PORTRAITS".
However, something that Mr James did not mention was the PULITZER PRIZE-WINNING book by a Mr Senator John F Kennedy: "PROFILES IN COURAGE".
What an UNFORTUNATE coincidence!
Written in 1956, four years before he would become President, the book presents eight
Nor were these EASY decisions to defend: Thomas Hart Benton stayed with the Democratic party even when they were in favour of expanding slavery to the new territories; Edmund G Ross was one of seven Republicans who voted to acquit President Andrew Johnson of the rival National Union Party; Robert A Taft criticised the trial of the Nazis at Nuremburg.
This reminds me: we should count up the number of times that MR FROWN has taken a COURAGEOUS stance defying his party line…
[R: sound of tumbleweeds]
Poor Mr Frown, I bet he doesn't realise that HIS good idea for a book has been GAZUMPED by a famous much-loved charismatic figure who went on to lead his nation. On the other fluffy foot, he did not serve a full term as President either.
I hope Mr Frown is not too disappointed. Perhaps a holiday in Dallas would cheer him up!
Why Lord Blairimort, whatever can you be doing on that GRASSY KNOLL?