Our thanks to Mike for this. A sample of Ms Walker’s trademark idiocy:
Last night, I sat on a stage and talked about why I want to be the Mayor of London.
I wasn’t alone: there were six other candidates up there. Between us we discussed housing, transport, immigration and radicalisation – all important issues for anyone who lives in London. But not one of the other candidates apart from me talked about how those issues specifically affect the women who live there.
A gender switch in the final sentence is enough to reveal the idiocy of her position:
But not one of the other candidates… talked about how those issues specifically affect the men who live there.
Ms Walker purported to speak on behalf of London’s women, while not one of the seven candidates, we can be very sure, said a word on behalf of London’s men. I’m reminded of the House of Commons, where Philip Davies MP speaks about men’s issues, while the other 649 MPs never do.
Doubtless many men will vote for Ms Walker, although she will be as interested in men’s issues as in earthworm’s issues. They will include the fools who’ve voted in general elections for Harriet Harman and her like, decade after decade.