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Thursday, May 03, 2007

Send Blair to be Our Man in Baghdad

Boris Johnson in the Telegraph

"I flung wide my window here in Westminster, and I could feel my wrath abating. Yes, Britain still seems to be here, after 10 years of Tone. The chestnut trees are still producing their lovely candles, and it is still true that there is nowhere on earth more beautiful than Britain in early May, and yes, there are indeed flotillas of gaily-coloured cyclists sailing down the streets, and for one pathetic moment I was so entranced that I almost relented."

Boris once more hits the nail on the thumb. Peerless. New word for today: dithyramb.

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