The shocking resignation of our dear Boris Johnson has left the country reeling and begging for answers.
After three tough years dominated by Brexit and coronavirus, the one stable force in this country was Boris Johnson and his Churchillian leadership and his untimely departure is nothing short of devastating.
I’ve considered the past week to be one of national mourning as we lament the departure of the man who made us dream again. That being said, I think it’s time Britain looked towards the succession and started pondering who its new leader is going to be.
Sunak Has My Backing
Rishi Sunak, the former Chancellor, has recently unveiled his glossy ‘Ready 4 Rishi’ campaign as he seeks to become the new Prime Minister. Though notably different from Boris in terms of his communication style and demeanor, I’m proud to say I’m fully backing Sunak to deliver the goods and take this wonderful country to a new level.
Sunak’s campaign, aimed at tackling the country’s growing economic problems, is gathering momentum like a runaway steam train. To overhear people talking about his credentials serves as music to my ears. Rishi is an experienced and seasoned politician who knows economics like the back of his hand. The British public loved him during the coronavirus lockdowns and it was during this time that he carved his reputation as a true man of the people.
I was highly impressed with Sunak’s campaign video where he talked about his humble beginnings and his rise to the very top of UK politics. Some sections of the public love to rant about how our politicians are ‘elitist’ and ‘out of touch’, yet Sunak’s career started out in a family-owned pharmacy.
Not only did he learn the ropes of business from a young age, but the type of business he started in was centered around helping people and prescribing them medicine to literally keep them alive. I’d love to see the liberals’ retort to that.
“Restore, Rebuild And Reunite”
Sunak admits that the country faces ‘huge challenges’. In a statement on social media, he went on to state: ‘Let’s restore trust, rebuild the economy, and reunite the country.’’
Now that’s a message I can get behind. I don’t know about you, but I’m only just beginning to realize just how ready I am for Rishi and how much I adore his campaign. When Sunak isn’t hard at work filling up his car at Sainsbury’s, he’s charming the public and impressing them with his knowledge of economics.
However, some people consider Sunak to be unfit for public office and point to his huge wealth as a sign that he may be disconnected from reality. The minority of individuals who scoff at Sunak’s bid are the same group of people who tried (and failed) to take Boris down after every understandable mistake he made. I consider anybody who engages in such rhetoric to be unpatriotic and an enemy of the state. How can anyone, in good conscience, criticize Sunak after all he did for us during the 2020 lockdown?
Time To Pay Sunak Back
Voting for Sunak is your way of paying him back. He’s the man who made sure you stayed in your job, so it’s only fair that we do the same for him. I, for one, will not come between him and his dream of becoming Prime Minister and I’ll certainly be backing him all the way.
Britain’s economy needs fixing. Who else is better equipped to deal with such issues than the man who guided us through the biggest global health crisis in over a century? A vote for Rishi is a vote for the United Kingdom.
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