The race to be the next UK Prime Minister is on. And it's a mediocre race to the bottom, a three-legged race run by amputee horses high on the ketamine of low taxes, where the loser is likely to be shot quite literally with the votes of the Tory members.
Sunak and Truss took part in a combative debate, where they duelled on such topics as "how soon should the government cut taxes" and "how poor can I pretend to be without alienating wealthy Tory voters".
None of them came close to forming a realistic economic plan to tackle the cost of living crisis - to do so would be like persuading a monkey to flush its own shit down the toilet when it has been trained to fling it at everyone else.
When it came to Brexit, the pair were in denial about the possibility that there might even be any problems, like two mad pensioners riding a bus off a cliff singing Summer Holiday, dragging the entire country along with them and obliviously thinking that they were turning in an Emmy-winning performance.
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Meanwhile Sunak tried to distance himself from his own record, saying, "We must fix the British economy. Whoever has been chancellor for the last few years has really messed things up, and I would definitely fix that."
He said that he wished every child in the UK could have the same opportunities that he had. "I wish everyone could go to Winchester school, and I honestly don't know why they don't. It's only £46,000 a year."
One thing is certain - no matter who wins, the country loses.