Edwards wrote:The whole thing is a mess the only thing I think Blackbike has got correct so far.
I am not interested in the debate and keep my thoughts about leaving or not to myself. The only opinion I am prepared to give is that a vote for something that is being supported by outright lies (the people making the claims have stated they were lying) should be held up to scrutiny.
With the result, then why those that support leave should be against something that shows they were not deceived. After all they want the truth to come out as well do they not?
The main 'lie' the Remainers seem to go on about is this bus slogan, which they say means that Leave said that the NHS would get £350 million per week more after Brexit.
It says nothing of the kind.
It accurately and factually states that we give £350m per week to the EU.
And It says we should fund the EU instead of doing that.
There is nothing written on the bus to say the whole £350m would go to the NHS, and when we stop funding the EU we will, if we choose, be able to spend more money on the NHS instead.
As an educated Leave voter I have no trouble understanding these simple statements.
I thought Remainers were supposed to be especially clever, educated people, yet many of them seem to have some difficulty understanding what is written on this bus, claiming that it says something it clearly doesn't.
They see a lie where none exists. And in their typical arrogant, contemptuous fashion they claim it was other, less clever people who were misled by it, not them.
Where is their evidence for this?
Perhaps these Remainers need extra lessons in reasoning, logic and English comprehension before they are allowed to vote again.
And manners too, for being so rude to suggest that their opponents were fooled by a slogan that they were so clever to see through immediately.