In a land down under
Second time’s the charm?
People in glass houses, etc.
So what went wrong?
The CCP lying? Who could imagine such a thing?
Interesting times indeed
And away we go
It would be a miracle
Buckle up, campers. It may be a bumpy ride
Mayor of London most perturbed.
Rumors that a politician might have lied send shockwaves around the world
By American standards, he’s got a point
And now, corruption news from north of the border
Would they really start all over again?
You didn’t like her deal, so you get no deal at all
Probably because nobody else wants the bloody job about now
Heads may roll, though not literally (hopefully)
It’s going to be a long December
You get to keep the job, but nobody else wanted it
On the ropes
Discretion is once again seen as the better part of valor
Well… that makes one of you
It’s all over but the shouting. And yet there’s a LOT of shouting to come.
Rocky road ahead
Landslide to the right
It’s a rogue’s gallery, but we have to work with some of them
Handcuffed by her own people
“Act normal or leave”
Not as rocky as the media would like you to believe
There was already a vote. Get on with it
It’s a battle down under, but almost an exact mirror of the one in the US
Angling for a job?
“Privately, one C.D.C. official said the prospect of the new variant’s prowess was ‘chilling'”
What could go wrong?
“Acts of vandalism to my home, in the veil of darkness, will not allow me to actively and compassionately listen to you.”