al_yrpal wrote:If you dont aim for what you want you will never achieve anything, thats the thing that Remainers dont appear to understand. We realise that we might not get we want immediately.
That's not what we were sold.
We were told the EU would be desperate to give us what they wanted, that we'd have billions of extra cash, that as soon as we left we'd be signing up trade deals left right and centre and that there were already people queuing up to sign them.
At no point were we told it'd be crap even for a bit - not by the leave camp at any rate.
But you're still making assertions without anything to back them up.
What are we aiming for? How are we going to do it? What is it going to achieve? When is it going to achieve it? What about all the well documented problems brexit has, how are we going to solve them?
I don't expect you or any leaver to have the answers, because if you did you'd have published them already and probably even have a cosy position advising May.
If there were real answers the government wouldn't be fighting amongst itself, we wouldn't need thousands of civil servants and be squandering millions looking for something that isn't a complete failure - just a bit of one.