Too much democracy
Nigel Farage is an experienced MEP of twenty years. During his three years representing the interests of UK fishermen as a member of the Fisheries Committee, Nigel turned up to almost two of their 40 meetings. It is this level of commitment that he hopes will gain your support for him when we elect the unelected bureaucrats in Brussels.
Let’s face it, we are in a bit of a pickle. Democracy and voting are wonderful things – they go together like a creamy pint of nut-brown bitter and a cigarette. But like ciggies and pints of bitter, you can have too many of them and start feeling a bit queasy. We had a nice pint of democracy in 2016, followed by a general election whisky chaser. But having puffed away on our parliamentary Marlboros for 3 years, it looks like we might be forced to the EU election kebab shop for a donner. It is tepid, slimy, has brown lettuce hanging out, and the meat has a patch of thick burnt hair and a large vein running through it.
Vote for me and the Brexit Party will take your disgusting unwanted democracy and throw it in the gutter where it will be squashed by the tyres of a
UKIP Brexit Party taxi driven by an angry racist. I promise to turn up at the EU parliament (occasionally!) and urinate in the front garden of Johnny Foreigner by insulting everyone and ranting inconsequentially for the Brexit Party Youtube channel. It’s a wonderful lark! Except when debating expenses, of course, which is a serious matter and is always well-attended.
Vote for the Brexit Party and your MEP will pledge to take their wage while not doing a jot of work for it. You have my word on that! – Nigel