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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by gasbanni, 28 May 2019.

  1. gasbanni

    gasbanni

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    Why do delusional remain idiots think having a second referendum called the 'people's vote' is gonna change anything ?

    Who do they think voted last time ? Peoples pets ? Farm animals ?

    What were the entities that voted to remain in the last referendum ?

    Apes or monkeys ? .....oh hang on ......
     
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    Because peoples opinions change?
     
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    It's because a lot of quitters don't know what a referendum is.
     
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    Farage's opinion certainly did.

    Before the second referendum, he was selling us a trade deal and access to the Single Market, like Norway.

    Now he's gone back on that, and wants to land us with a no-deal catastrophe.
     
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    I don't think either side are idiots. However I do find it amusing how remain have changed their tune from scandalous NHS buses to we were lied to to, to saluting John Bercow now its been so long everyone has changed their minds etc.. etc..it's desperation.
    I know for sure had we lost the initial referendum everyone would of accepted the vote and moved on with our lives thats a fact I know i would accepted it for sure and not cried but it was only 17million and you lied we would end up destitute etc.. Its the petulant action of metaphorically wiping the board game when losing instead of letting everyone else finish playing I find so sad.

    When all along we have all maintained the same to LEAVE the EU deal or no deal. And I find it incredible remainers seem to think they know best and that's not what we want.

    I repeat the MPs are collectively blocking Brexit for many reasons. Its Labour it's Pro remain it's anti government it's Pro EU ERG and the ****test negotiating remainer to Boot now booted. There's so many plots.

    Yet still the same from some people "them Brexers can't make their minds up" that is childish playground stuff.
     
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    What makes you think that?

    It will ALWAYS be lie.

    It will ALWAYS be regarded as one of the vote clinchers.

    Boris will ALWAYS be regarded as one of the liars that pushed the lie and is being investigated for it.

    I find it amusing how quitters think they can dismiss the lie because it embarrasses them. Bad luck and diddums boyo.
     
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    Talking of pedantic and petulant here comes one now. Off school this week are we?
     
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    He called it a 'clean break' Brexit. That also means not paying the divorce bill.
    A clean break also means - and this was a promise that appeared on a pledge card the Brexit Party produced during the campaign - that it would refuse to pay the £39bn financial settlement, or "divorce bill", that the government has agreed in order to settle past debts and future obligations to the EU.
    https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-48422801
     
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    If the 2nd referendum ended 50. 1 % leave to 49. 9 % remain. Would you want a 3rd vote
     
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    Is it a weekly thing.?

    A bit like a paper round?
     
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    So if Boris becomes PM and he actually gives the NHS 350 million per week. Would he still be a lier?
     
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    out of his own pocket, you mean?

    pigs, fly.

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    By "people", the remainers mean their kind of people.

    The loony left think they have some kind of monopoly of use on the word "people", and by implication anybody other than their kind of people is not worthy of consideration.

    There is a "People's History Museum" in Manchester, which sounds interesting on the face of it. When you get inside you quickly realise it's entirely about the Labour movement - which was a noble thing in its day but isn't now! Nothing in the title of the museum or on the outside of the building tells you what it's about. Mind you, it's one of the ugliest buildings in Manchester which should alert ones suspicions as to its communist purpose.
     
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    No he would get the Russians to pay it, LoL.
     
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