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Thread: If Gove was a remoaner he’d want another vote!

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    If Gove was a remoaner he’d want another vote!

    He only lost by a couple of percent so let’s do it all over again!

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    I was always told as a kid "beware of setting precedents" Very few seem to realise the damage that can be caused if you go back on the result of a national vote. The floodgates will open to oppose any decision and regard it as worthless. The EU works on this basis, as in the case with Ireland, the Netherlands and Denmark. They Ignore peoples votes. Remainers are exactly the same, Ignorant, Disrespectful and blatantly undemocratic. That mindset does not belong here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boingy View Post
    I was always told as a kid "beware of setting precedents" Very few seem to realise the damage that can be caused if you go back on the result of a national vote. The floodgates will open to oppose any decision and regard it as worthless. The EU works on this basis, as in the case with Ireland, the Netherlands and Denmark. They Ignore peoples votes. Remainers are exactly the same, Ignorant, Disrespectful and blatantly undemocratic. That mindset does not belong here.
    got it in one boingy

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    Quote Originally Posted by boingy View Post
    I was always told as a kid "beware of setting precedents" Very few seem to realise the damage that can be caused if you go back on the result of a national vote. The floodgates will open to oppose any decision and regard it as worthless. The EU works on this basis, as in the case with Ireland, the Netherlands and Denmark. They Ignore peoples votes. Remainers are exactly the same, Ignorant, Disrespectful and blatantly undemocratic. That mindset does not belong here.
    I agree Boingy 100%. It’s as simple as 123 to know the floodgates would open 😂

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    Quote Originally Posted by boingy View Post
    I was always told as a kid "beware of setting precedents" Very few seem to realise the damage that can be caused if you go back on the result of a national vote. The floodgates will open to oppose any decision and regard it as worthless. The EU works on this basis, as in the case with Ireland, the Netherlands and Denmark. They Ignore peoples votes. Remainers are exactly the same, Ignorant, Disrespectful and blatantly undemocratic. That mindset does not belong here.
    Question for you, which is more democratic?

    Calling for another democratic vote

    Or

    Leaving the EU without a deal, which has not been voted for by a single person and has been rejected by Parliament...

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    Quote Originally Posted by baggieal View Post
    I agree Boingy 100%. It’s as simple as 123 to know the floodgates would open ��
    Let me know if you need anymore help with the big words Al,

    I know you struggle.

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    Im pleased that the treacherous coke snorting little sh1te Gove as been eliminated. He looks a right plank in his running kit. I'd suggest he'd make a good seedy looking vicar rather than a PM

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    Quote Originally Posted by phild View Post
    Im pleased that the treacherous coke snorting little sh1te Gove as been eliminated. He looks a right plank in his running kit. I'd suggest he'd make a good seedy looking vicar rather than a PM
    Your wish is my command!

    https://images.app.goo.gl/iMbwzuY43R1rL8aT8

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    Crikey Mick i never even knew he'd actually acted as a seedy looking vicar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boingy View Post
    I was always told as a kid "beware of setting precedents" Very few seem to realise the damage that can be caused if you go back on the result of a national vote. The floodgates will open to oppose any decision and regard it as worthless. The EU works on this basis, as in the case with Ireland, the Netherlands and Denmark. They Ignore peoples votes. Remainers are exactly the same, Ignorant, Disrespectful and blatantly undemocratic. That mindset does not belong here.
    Crackpot comment.

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    Only two left in it now, the Buffoon and the one who's name rhymes with Hunt.

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    As bad as the Tories are, it’s worth reminding ourselves that Labour have Corbyn. Voted in as Labour leader by their membership! He is probably the worst party leader, of any party, in living memory. There a many, good, decent Labour MPs but I just can’t imagine how they stomach being in a party led by such a horrible bloke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WBA1955 View Post
    Only two left in it now, the Buffoon and the one who's name rhymes with Hunt.
    Hunt who I still don't trust,once a remainer always one.IMO he's another remainer plant like May was and we all know where that ended up.leopards don't suddenly change their spots

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    Quote Originally Posted by WBA1955 View Post
    Only two left in it now, the Buffoon and the one who's name rhymes with Hunt.
    And the great news is that neither is a “Leftie”.

    Praise be to god.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kettering_baggie View Post
    As bad as the Tories are, it’s worth reminding ourselves that Labour have Corbyn. Voted in as Labour leader by their membership! He is probably the worst party leader, of any party, in living memory. There a many, good, decent Labour MPs but I just can’t imagine how they stomach being in a party led by such a horrible bloke.
    Some decent moderate people in Labour Kets but a party riven by Momentum and it’s maniacs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WBA123 View Post
    Let me know if you need anymore help with the big words Al,

    I know you struggle.
    You have already said there three times you boring knob head!! Boris will alas take us out of the EU so get used to it or purchase a one way ticket!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WBA1955 View Post
    Only two left in it now, the Buffoon and the one who's name rhymes with Hunt.
    Evening Des! 123 does not rhyme with Hunt but it should as he’s a prize one! 🤣

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    Quote Originally Posted by kettering_baggie View Post
    As bad as the Tories are, it’s worth reminding ourselves that Labour have Corbyn. Voted in as Labour leader by their membership! He is probably the worst party leader, of any party, in living memory. There a many, good, decent Labour MPs but I just can’t imagine how they stomach being in a party led by such a horrible bloke.
    I don't agree with many of your views on Brexit but you are exactly correct regarding Corbyn and his bully boys. God help this country if he ever becomes our PM. Surely the general public of this country would never make such an horrendous error of judgement.

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    I really do worry about ‘the general public’ and what it has become in this country. I watched Question Time tonight and if that audience is representative of the general public then God help us. I previously stated that there are many good Labour MPs but that Laura Pidcock is not one of them, her name should be Laura Pillock. No wonder politics is in its current state, both main parties are so internally split that it’s difficult to align oneself to any of them. Maybe the Monster Raving Loonies are not so mad after all!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leicesterbaggie View Post
    I don't agree with many of your views on Brexit but you are exactly correct regarding Corbyn and his bully boys. God help this country if he ever becomes our PM. Surely the general public of this country would never make such an horrendous error of judgement.
    Unfortunately Leicester I fear you’re wrong.

    The “Right On Lefties” in London,the university students with no real life experience who are ready to be bought off with free tuition fees and the work shy are desperate to see Corbyn prevail.

    I have a niece who went straight from education into working at a university in the North East........she is 35 and diversity,LBGT,feminism and Corbyn mad.

    Her dad is a former miner and your typical “died in the wool” Labour supporter.

    Her dad cannot stomach Corbyn and the Marxists and voted for Brexit.

    He and her went for weeks without speaking due to her being so p I s s e d at him for not voting to Remain and because he won’t vote for Corbyn.

    Her and her university workers and the vast majority of the students are desperate to see us run like Venezuela.

    Absolutely clueless.

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