roubaixtuesday wrote:Mick F wrote:Hey ho!
Round the buoy again and again and again.
I'm saying (yet again) that I have been taken in by no-one.
I want out, and out asap.
I will vote for whomever I like. The choices here are:
Who do people think I should vote for?
Mick, if what you want is “out and ASAP”, and assuming that you stand by your earlier statement that this must be “simple” then it’s very clear.
It matters not a jot who you vote for. You might as well ask for who you should vote for to get Cornwall relocated to the Southern hemisphere ASAP.
You believe “out and ASAP” is “simple”? You’ve been taken in.
Yet again! you have fallen back to that rotten old chestnut.
Which bit of condescending do you not understand.
You have to accept that in life many people make decisions without any reason whatsoever simply because they want to.
And example is General election or any less votes, how many people do you think actually read the manifesto before voting for the party.
It still comes back to the individual preference for whatever reason, To vote their way.
I understand that if you are tied to the EU like to work abroad your family also rely on them for income et cetera you're likely to favour The EU.
Indirectly we all are, but I like many others do not want to be joined by the hip and cut off of the neck waving the EU flag.
British politics is corrupt Then what about the EU?
Things have changed? They might well have but you only have your polls to back up your predictions of victory.
My prediction is that the EU will struggle after we leave.
some of the countries were already on the verge of bankruptcy.
Little Britain will be better and survive with more independence.
(Typed of speech)