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(Original post by Mister Fantastic)
He's an alcoholic and not just in private. When I can I cast a vote to get rid of him?
Where can you cast a vote to chuck Trump? Or May?
Don't shift the goal posts. I showed you how he was elected, and now you ignore it and jump straight to how we can remove him.
Just wait until his shift ends next year.
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(Original post by jason0597)
Where can you cast a vote to chuck Trump? Or May?
Don't shift the goal posts. I showed you how he was elected, and now you ignore it and jump straight to how we can remove him.
Just wait until his shift ends next year.
Well easy. You vote for chosen party then they get at least 5 years rule then we get a chance to change our minds. So let's Brexit then give it a chance, even if it's 5 years, then we vote again. The big diffence here is you lot won't even give it a chance. Do you think my idea is a fair one?
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(Original post by Mister Fantastic)
Well easy. You vote for chosen party then they get at least 5 years rule then we get a chance to change our minds. So let's Brexit then give it a chance, even if it's 5 years, then we vote again. The big diffence here is you lot won't even give it a chance. Do you think my idea is a fair one?
The problem is most people can’t make up what kind of Brexit they are happy with. Remember the conservatives have to represent both the remainers and brexiteers wishes. They are the British public.
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(Original post by Axiomasher)
Bit too early to suggest that Brexit is gonna be nirvana, if it goes bad it goes bad for everyone 'cept the rich and those who have chosen to go live in Europe after campaigning for it, like Nigel Lawson has.
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what if you lose the second referendum again ?
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(Original post by Nalk1573)
what if you lose the second referendum again ?
They will never accept Brexit.
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(Original post by Mister Fantastic)
Well easy. You vote for chosen party then they get at least 5 years rule then we get a chance to change our minds. So let's Brexit then give it a chance, even if it's 5 years, then we vote again. The big diffence here is you lot won't even give it a chance. Do you think my idea is a fair one?
(Original post by Professional G)
The problem is most people can’t make up what kind of Brexit they are happy with. Remember the conservatives have to represent both the remainers and brexiteers wishes. They are the British public.
This pretty much sums up why brexit is not the "will of the people"
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(Original post by Nalk1573)
what if you lose the second referendum again ?
I haven't advocated a second referendum. There shouldn't have even been a first referendum, it's a terrible mechanism to decide on such matters, as we will all discover over the coming few years.
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This pretty much sums up why brexit is not the "will of the people"
Parliament voted for the referendum, they voted to enact article 50, they all told us it was a once in a lifetime decision. So O'Brian lost this argument. He's a bully who belittles peole below his IQ, he's a typical remainer. Have you lot learnt nothing from the last vote? Do you still not understand how you lost a vote you should have won? It obvious that you haven't because you're using the tactics.
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Parliament voted for the referendum, they voted to enact article 50, they all told us it was a once in a lifetime decision. So O'Brian lost this argument. He's a bully who belittles peole below his IQ, he's a typical remainer. Have you lot learnt nothing from the last vote? Do you still not understand how you lost a vote you should have won? It obvious that you haven't because you're using the tactics.
I'm going to have to refer you to here since the only thing you can do is repeat the democracy/once in a lifetime/bully catchphrases.
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Is anyone going? There was a free bus leaving this morning close to where I live in Leeds, and the wife and I did consider jumping on it for a bit of shopping in London. We decided not to as the pain of listening to a group of sanctimonious hippies talking shite for 4 hours would be too much to bear.
Didn't know Boris and his family were guest speakers.
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Well easy. You vote for chosen party then they get at least 5 years rule then we get a chance to change our minds. So let's Brexit then give it a chance, even if it's 5 years, then we vote again. The big diffence here is you lot won't even give it a chance. Do you think my idea is a fair one?
I think your idea is like releasing a prize racehorse into the wild to see if it likes it, compensating the stables in the process then having to spend another fortune getting it back when it doesn't. If the stable even wants it back afterwards. The obsession with which many Brexiteers still pursue their goal regardless of consequence simply tells me they failed to make an informed decision in the first place.
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(Original post by saharan_skies)
brexit is what people wanted, so its what they get. i was on the side of remaining but theres little to do about that now that the people have voted. i wish they'd just get together a plausible well developed plan but i feel like thats probably asking a lot for the lot of them.
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101 safe ways to drive over a cliff...
Basically, yes.
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what if you lose the second referendum again ?
Sick of stupid interviewers asking remainers why we think Brexiteers would vote any differently a second time around... they don't have to! The 28% who decided to wait and seen what happened were denied the truth first time around and now they have it are being denied a voice.
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I think if brexiters lose their jobs after brexit, they should be denied benefits as they have made themselves jobless.
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Almost 700,000 march to demand ‘people’s vote’ on Brexit deal. That's the way, keep it up.
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(Original post by Mister Fantastic)
He's an alcoholic and not just in private. When I can I cast a vote to get rid of him?
So was Churchill?
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Well easy. You vote for chosen party then they get at least 5 years rule then we get a chance to change our minds. So let's Brexit then give it a chance, even if it's 5 years, then we vote again. The big diffence here is you lot won't even give it a chance. Do you think my idea is a fair one?
Fair.

I'm looking forward to my next indie ref vote in late 2019 then.
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So was Churchill?
And Churchill was voted out.
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Fair.

I'm looking forward to my next indie ref vote in late 2019 then.
I would would be happy for all the anti-English moaners to be given a ref to leave.
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