For those of us who still spend far too much time thinking about what used to be called popular culture, these are fretful times. For more than two years, politics has been in a state of post-crash tumult. Now the government sets about what remains of the social fabric, with order papers waved aloft.Oh noes! What to do? Who will save the progressives from reality?
And pop culture's response?That's it! Artists and singers and actors, of course! Why didn't I think of that...
To end, then, an appeal to some unknown neurotic outsider, stranded in God-knows-where, and minded to pick up a guitar and howl their outrage: please, prove me wrong.*chuckle*
It's no wonder the Tories are thrashing Labour, even with a wet noodle like iDave in charge, and mostly soft-pink policies. Look at the opposition!