Topping Parliament

Jeremy Clarkson deserves to be wholeheartedly backed if he does indeed stand for Parliament

 

The day after the St Leger, the final Classic of the season, was held in Doncaster, BBC Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson announced that he’s considering standing for Parliament there. Many call him a “buffoon” and view him to be unelectable but we believe him to be a man who talks common sense and one most worthy of our backing.

 

Jeremy Clarkson MP would indeed have a very nice ring to it
Jeremy Clarkson MP would indeed have a very nice ring to it

 

Mr Clarkson is someone who has humour, enjoys life and is the antithesis of the lily-livered politicians our country has sadly come to have as their representatives. Clarkson is from Doncaster North himself and the prospect of him taking on Ed Miliband, one of Labour’s most dreadful leaders ever, is something the entire nation would undoubtedly celebrate.

 

Though sadly the truthful prospect of Clarkson being elected seems about as likely as the 100/1 Ralston Road had of winning yesterday’s race, The Steeple Times would back him with gusto. Our man The Tout might even offer up better odds if he does indeed decide to stand.

 

Jeremy Clarkson, like Boris Johnson, is a man who’d shake up British politics. Bring on the Clarkson candidacy.

 

 

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5 COMMENTS

  1. Jeremy will be a welcome addition to a very boring parliament, we have had very little excitement since John Prescott shagged his dairy secretary in his parliamentary office. Jeremy will be required to wash his hair at least once a month. He is a top man.

  2. Matthew you are correct and that is why the mediocre are so fearful of him: he, like Farage, talks sense.
    I happened to have the misfortune to listen to some nonentity of a Lib Dem, Ed Davey, boring on about how important on shore wind farms are…hopefully the LD’s will be vanquished at the election.

  3. Why doesn’t he stand against David Cameron instead? He lives in or near his constituency. Oh I forgot: He’s a right-wing misogynist pig.

  4. David Cameron is right-wing in fiscal policy only. He gets on well with the Liberal Democrats on other issues.
    Jeremy Clarkson champions common sense and rational thinking. He is determined to get us out of the Monty Python thinking time zone, which is the European Union.

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