(Step)Moms Panel: Should Boris Johnson have prorogued Parliament? - Uncle Walt's Insider

(Step)Moms Panel: Should Boris Johnson have prorogued Parliament?

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“Dear (Step) Moms: What do you think of the UK Prime Minister proroguing Parliament?” – J. Corbyn, London


Just don’t go to Walt Disney World. There are already enough people there without you. 


Guys! We got a letter from James Corden! Wow!

Ok, enough of my geeking out. I think that it’s not really that big of a deal. I mean, the UK pavilion leaving Epcot, that’s a big deal. TSA saying that the Batuuian Coke bottles look like grenades and can’t go on an airplane, that’s a big deal.

Parliament not being in session? Nobody cares. Just look at the U.S. Senate… They’re only in session for what, eight days a year? And the rest of the time, they’re on vacation.


Dear Jim? Joshua? Jeremy? It’s Jeremy, isn’t it?

Anyway, I’m not read up on all the intricacies of English Constitutional law — mainly because you folks don’t bother to write down very much of it. But let me go through my notes and see if I can help you: a park hopper pass will get you… um, no,.. churros are delicious… the best time to meet Mickey… FastPasses… Wizarding World…

Ah, here’s the info I’m looking for. My answer is: we’re a theme park advice panel. Go ask someone else..


Hi J, thanks for asking.

Honestly, I think it is very wrong. The Prime Minister isn’t the only person visiting Star Wars: Galaxy Edge on opening day at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. For him to buy up all of the Porgs and give them away as gifts to Parliament just shows how out of touch most government officials are, not just in the UK, but all around the world.

Honestly, the only government I trust these days are the fine folks of the Reedy Creek Improvement District!


I’m not sure what I think of the Prime Minister propagating Parliament. First off, that sounds like a really long process. Wouldn’t it be easier and faster to elect or appoint them from people who already exist?

It also seems like a very personal decision and activity, it’s their lives, and if they want to propagate, who are we to tell them they can’t? As long as it’s consensual, it’s their governmental and lifestyle choice.

You and I may think it’s a little weird, or even really weird, and it may be extremely weird, but we have seen governments built this way before. It’s a little-known secret that before Parliament, the English people selected kings and queens who propagated their government for them, similar to what may or may not be practiced by the government that oversees Disney, Oklahoma.

Finally, after a short survey at the Canada Pavilion, I found that no one actually cared.

More from Uncle Walt’s Insider on Brexit:
Brexit: U.K. pavilion leaving Epcot
Disney brings Southern Culture to former U.K. Pavilion
Epcot’s UK Pavilion seeks extension on timetable to withdraw from World Showcase

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