Voters Rate Sir Keir Starmer Ahead Of Boris Johnson On Competence

Polling has indicated that voters most generally think of Boris Johnson as inept and out of his depth while they believe Sir Keir Starmer principled and realistic.

A survey by Lord Ashcroft, the pollster and Tory peer, indicated that the Prime Minister was most frequently associated with adverse characteristics, while the Labour leader was typically well thought of.

However, Boris Johnson appears to be inept and a liar of epic proportion and seems incapable of leading this country or the Conservative party and no doubt they have another one in mind already.

Boris Johnson is a toe-curling embarrassment who whines about his lack of money, his lack of a nanny, his persistent tiredness and chronic obesity and the best thing he’s a contender for is the Celebrity Fit Club – a plump, sallow, drab, dismal, clammy celebrity in need of an image change and injection of money.

The two main parties have treated politics as a game for the last decade and Boris Johnson is just the end result and his job in a pandemic is to help the country through it, not sit back and say after the event that they should have done this or that and it seems that he’s all mouth and no trousers.

Of course, Sir Keir Starmer isn’t in power, yet, or had to govern, he’s supposed to put forward any ideas on what, when, where and with whom and why he would do things differently, but he hasn’t done anything really, apart from nitpicking.

There are a lot of people who voted for Boris Johnson and thought he would be better, but are now simply wondering what exactly he’s waiting for – he needs to take some action, but it’s not just our Prime Minister that appears to be inept, it’s his team that is inept as well.

Sir Keir Starmer appears to be capable, but it’s the team that matters long term and if they’re idiots then this can make or break a Prime Minister.

Published by Angela Lloyd

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