Now Brexit Makes Perfect Sense

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  1. Love this. Just perfect. And this is exactly what our Presidential election is all about: dis-unification. Hopefully, the ultimate end result will be more power to the states and less for the Federal government.

  2. Often before dinner I find my husband watching an episode of Yes, Minister or Yes, Prime Minister. Having served with exchange RN aviators and worked as a Senate committee staffer he gets the humour more than I. It’s said that Yes, Prime Minister was Baroness’ Thatcher’s favorite program. One of my husband’s favorites is the episode, The Bishop’s Gambit. He invited the local priest and friend over for dinner and a viewing. Since the Church of England is a state church the PM is involved in choosing a bishop.
    One wonders how influential the DNC is in the posting of our RC bishops and cardinals?

    Nigel Hawthorne is fairly well known to American audiences because of his film work. Being mostly a British TV star Paul Eddington is not as well known, although those of us of a certain age remember him on afternoon television as Will Scarlet in The Adventures of Robin Hood.

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