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E.U: Leave or Stay? Your thoughts.

Discussion in 'Serious' started by TheBlackSwordsMan, 22 Feb 2016.

  1. DXR_13KE

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    Unsurprisingly, May being urged to go.

    How that changes her deal to make it more likely to go through, like some are saying, I have no idea.

    That would just be an obvious sign of political infighting usurping democracy.
     
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    It's OK, Michael Gove is going to save the day! :lol:
     
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    By jumping into the Thames with his lead-lined suit?
     
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    By putting the nasty back in nasty party?
     
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    Safe hands

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    His hands are bit small, though... :p
     
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    And not very well coordinated.
     
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    Am I the only one that thinks "we'll vote for your WA if you leave" is the most self-centred, party focused reason to vote the WA, completely ignoring the one million people that just knocked at your door?

    Putting this sort of ultimatum just shows how little they give a **** about your country. How can you, the British, not be absolutely livid about this? May must go, but not in exchange for the countries future.
     
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    Nah that's spot on.

    We heavily defeat your bill twice but if you resign we vote it through - how does that change the 'deal' and now make it worth voting for?

    Self-serving party politics.
     
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    Because the electorate is dumber than a sack of squirrels.
     
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    Ironically they can probably vote either way to get rid of her:

    If they vote it down then very soon she will have to choose between no deal or begging the EU cap in hand for a very long extension, a choice that would likely cause her to Cameron out of no 10 regardless of which one she chooses.

    So the whole idea of a "vote for the May WA to trigger her resignation" bung isn't even a proper bung to begin with.

    I mean can you imagine Theresa May standing at a podium and saying:

    "Today I have consciously chosen that the UK will leave the EU with no deal in place, but I believe it was the right choice and I will accept full responsibility for the consequences.
    Now the following animals are edible:
    Rats
    Kids of poor parents
    Dogs
    That is all, good night"

    Yeah, that ain't gonna happen and her pulling a Cameron instead is practically certain.
     
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    That's a bit unrealistic. The people will never countenance eating dogs. May compete with them for the dog food though.

    Instead it looks like May will be begging BoJo and Rees-Mogg. Because they've proved to be such reasonable people. :duh: Seriously, does May have any insight into people whatsoever? She's such a ****ing moron. She makes Grayling look like a genius. If there is any way of making a wrong choice, she'll find a way to make it, consistently. She needs to just hire a guy to follow her around all day, and go:

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    She invited Village Idiot and Ghost to hang out with her at Chequers?

    *Worst sleepover ever*
     
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    There was mention somewhere that we should go full British - travel over to Brussels, say we've decided it's all been rather silly, share a lovely cup of tea with the EU and agree never to speak about it again.
     
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    Michael Gove has said it's "not the time to change the captain of the ship".

    Cue Michael Gove saying he'll reluctantly take over as PM.
     
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    Petition now over 5 million (An observation: 18,000+ of which were from Hoey's constituency)
     
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    Also her constituency was in the top 10 for biggest remain wins back in 2016 with 77.57%.

    Anyhow, I'm off to a good nights sleep at the airport, so try to limit the political disasters of epic proportions to like 5 a day if you can, I don't want to think I've pulled a Grayling on Saturday and accidentally flew to the wrong continent.
     
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