661-Pete wrote: Mick F wrote:
661-Pete wrote:Yes indeed we know, because you've repeated those exact words I don't know how many umpteens of times on this forum! Could you perhaps come up with something a bit different?
Can you come up with an alternative to
wanting to remain?
You did not understand my question, or maybe my grammar. I did not ask you to come up with an alternative to
wanting to leave. Hence you cannot ask me that identical question, simply with "leave" replaced with "remain".
What I wanted is for you to come up with one - or preferably several - different
reasons for wanting to leave. We've already heard the "I never wanted to join"
one so please leave that to one side. Other reasons, please!
As for me - assuming that you'd phrased the question correctly - yes I can come up with many reasons for wanting to Remain. We were lied to - especially about the slogan on the bus. The Government has been paralysed, unable to pass any legislation other than Brex*it. There's still a risk of No-Deal, which will paralyse trade between us and the EU - especially at the Channel ports. There's a serious risk to health product availability. There's a serious risk to availability of fresh foods. Inflation may rocket (hitting pensioners hard!). The loss of migrant workers will seriously damage the fruit and vegetable-picking industry (Riverford, one of our suppliers, are particularly alarmed). Many campaigners on the Leave side (I'm not saying, all) were driven by xenophobia and racism.
And to cap it all, I'm certain that Remain is what the public now want
, in a second referendum. The BBC can broadcast selective and curated vox pops suggesting otherwise, until they're blue in the face. I'm not fooled...
Want any more?
we are not fooled either.
So the public now want to stay?
The rest is doom and gloom the To quote what you said above.
I could say how do you know but I will Just say like you say
(My eyes are glazing over) we to have heard enough of your mantra.
You will just have to carry on crying a little longer.
What do I want? I still want to leave.
If you asked 100 people to give you reasons on their vote In or out, how many what percentage do you think you would be dissatisfied with.
I would put it to you that it would be a higher percentage than what you would agree with.
Soon be Christmas