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The 19th-Century British politician Benjamin Disraeli once said, “A conservative government is an organized hypocrisy.”
Benjamin Disraeli said that a parliamentary majority was better than the best repartee.
But the essence of Disraeli's genius as a courtier was his ability to make it all about her.
Disraeli affectionately (and with irreverence that shocked everyone but la reine) referred to Victoria as the "Faery Queen."
In the dusty corridors of power, Disraeli was an exotic orchid whose drag enlivened many a boring wet Monday.
"I and Disraeli put up at the same tavern last night," said a dandified snob, the other day.
The elder DIsraeli has cited Bosio as an illustrious example of the enthusiasm of genius.The Catacombs of Rome|William Henry Withrow
Mr. Disraeli sat down at two o'clock in the morning, and then Mr. Gladstone rose to reply to him.
Long before Mr. Gladstone had concluded, everyone admitted that the effect of Mr. Disraeli's speech had been outdone and outshone.
But Mr. Disraeli declined just then to take any responsibility, and Mr. Gladstone had to remain at the head of affairs.