Dick Morris wrote a paean to the UKIP in the NY Post after that party's success in the UK's EU Parliament elections, which naturally blasted the EU and EUrocrats.
Here's the article.
And here's the key 'graf:
Bismarck said that whenever somebody appealed to him to do something in the name of Europe, he noticed that it was something they dared not ask in their own name. So it is today. The socialists and anti-democratic bureaucrats who predominate in the EU dare not squelch British independence directly, so they are seeking to coat it over with a binding Europe-wide nation committed to largely French and German policies of appeasement, high taxes and government regulation.