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    To see the vast majority of experts saying it's a terrible idea, and then turn round and think "nah **** that we should leave", just demonstrates a remarkable level of confidence in your own judgement in the face of all evidence

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    (Original post by difeo)
    To see the vast majority of experts saying it's a terrible idea, and then turn round and think "nah **** that we should leave", just demonstrates a remarkable level of confidence in your own judgement in the face of all evidence

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    You got to be someone who believes in democracy and has the courage and decency to vote leave.
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    Sometimes what's best for the people isn't best for the economy.
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    (Original post by joecphillips)
    Sometimes what's best for the people isn't best for the economy.
    Well that depends on how you define the economy.

    If by economy you're referring purely to a country's GDP then you may be right. However, if the economy refers to level of investment, jobs/unemployment rate and confidence in a country's ability to pay down their debts (ie. Credit rating) then I'd have to disagree.

    We'll have to wait and see what lasting effect Brexit has on the British people but at present there's very little guarantee that we'll actually be better off than where we started.
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    (Original post by ckfeister)
    You got to be someone who believes in democracy and has the courage and decency to vote leave.
    Pure fluff.
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    (Original post by looseseal)
    Well that depends how you define the economy.

    If by economy you're referring purely to a country's GDP then you may be right. However, if the economy refers to level of investment, jobs/unemployment rate and confidence in a country's ability to pay down their debts (ie. Credit rating) then I'd have to disagree.

    We'll have to wait and see what lasting effect Brexit has on the British people but at present there's very little guarantee that we'll actually be better off than where we started.
    I do mean just gdp, the people who are complaining and using that as proof we shouldn't have left don't realise people care about more than money.
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    If the Pope tells you it's in your best interests to go to Church and give them money, do you obey him?
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    GDP is no single indicator of quality of life. By basing your arguments entirely around the economy, you are making that assumption. A lot of us would rather less money per year and in return obtain a better quality of life.
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    The arrogance of the remain voters is their incessant argument that the 'experts' agree with them when:

    A) It isn't very clear at al that the experts do.

    B) They themselves don't even understand what the experts are talking about even when they do agree with them!
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    The arrogance of the remain voters is in making 100 *****y threads like this today

    Petition for a 2nd referendum if you want, but this Leaver bashing won't change a thing
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    (Original post by Gora The Xplorer)
    If the Pope tells you it's in your best interests to go to Church and give them money, do you obey him?
    Awful analogy lol
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    (Original post by looseseal)
    Pure fluff.
    how so
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    (Original post by difeo)
    Awful analogy lol
    The experts are simply people who have benefited from globalism, you can't expect normal people who have been screwed by it to give one single **** about what they say.
 
 
 
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