merseymouth wrote:Hi again, Yet again we have remainers demanding answers to their loaded, leading questions. Now summed up with us having to explain potentially negative points about staying in the E.U.?
Well one thing is certain, if we pull Article 50, shout we're staying we will get a very rough reception! Pariahs in the club!
But I want to leave for much the same sort of reasons why I have never desired to be a member of a Masonic Lodge, Oddfellows, R.A.O.B et al, not fitting with the inner me.
I shouldn't have to suffer being poked & prodded into compliance, just accept that fact.
As a cyclist I prefer to ride tricycles, for many reasons, so why should I be compelled to ride falling over machines just because that is the supposed norm? Dare to be an individual. IGICB MM
There is nothing leading or loaded about my question to Mick.
It is he that is questioning the truth and I am merely seeking clarity.
The EU as an entity bears no resemblance to your quoted organizations.
Indeed why don't you tell us the answer to the simple question I posed to Mick?
For it is my deeply held believe that you have actually benefitted personally from your being a citizen though doubtless you will disagree.
The question is fair.
And why would anyone wish to destroy something that has had no negative impact upon them?
It is from my POV the most inexplicable thing about the whole farce.
What bicycle one rides seems to be entirely beyond any sensible relevance., if I may say so.
Though the EU always insists on cycle facilities on any new transport facilities it helps to fund.
It has been more cyclist friendly than our own domestic Govts, by and large. Ask the Daily Mail!