Please consider this video clip of UK MP Jacob William Rees-Mogg. He slammed Theresa May with a letter of no confidence then fielded questions from the public.

Rees-Mogg was clear, articulate, and accurate. Like Ron Paul he is a free trade advocate. And he clearly supports the rule of law.

Unlike Ron Paul, he was not boring, nor did he drone on endlessly in a whiny voice.

He was ready for every question and not once did he over-react.

I would vote for Rees-Mogg for President or Prime Minister.

Alas. Neither can happen.

Mike "Mish" Shedlock

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