Election 2016

Boris Johnson Has Better Things to Do, Okay?

esquire.comAs we all recall, the United Kingdom recently struck a serious blow against the power of the neoliberal forces that are keeping the masses down, and in favor of the embattled and shrinking middle class, and one that had absolutely nothing to do with racism, xenophobia, or abandoned know-nothing wrath.

This serious blow was dealt by serious men with serious plans, tribunes of the people, champions of the working class, indefatigable warriors for the political empowerment of the peo…wait, what?

The contest was sparked after David Cameron announced he would resign following the EU referendum result, which saw the UK vote by 52% to 48% to leave the EU. Mr Johnson’s unexpected—and dramatic—announcement that he would not stand for Tory leader or prime minister, positions he is long thought to have harboured ambitions for, has dramatically altered the race.

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