You don’t have to read it.
“Attitude is a choice. Happiness is a choice. Optimism is a choice. Kindness is a choice. Giving is a choice. Respect is a choice. Whatever choice you make makes you. Choose wisely.”
Roy T. Bennett, The Light in the Heart
I think it is sad that anyone is bored by this subject given it's impact on our country. The potential to break up the UK and to fundamentally change the future cannot surely be that boring? Perhaps just the threat has become a little tedious, a bit stale, something of an echo chamber as the pro leave people have dropped out from the discussion with just the handful of people left in, each of us in agreement about the shit that is happening. That's a shame because a lot of people want to know what the advantages are and why anyone still thinks it is a good idea.
You can always pop back when we have left and are begging for a deal - I am sure that will be less boring. It probably should be the start of a new thread.
Next week all us anoraks will be debating the Swinton/Grandpa alliance and stuff like that. Give it a miss, you will not like it. I don't set out to bore anyone - honest I don't. We can have a "pony tanks are shit" thread if you are bored.
so just as it looks like Parliament might do its job, and a (more) informed second vote might yet happen, Corbyn and Swinson can't see eye to eye and Corbyn seems to be putting self over country
meanwhile Johnson has become a parody of himself so quickly that noone is even bothering to take the piss out of him
I think at this stage I hate just about every politician I can think of
except Ken Clarke for whom I have a bit of a soft spot
Its about time every just accepted that the whole charade has been played by some billionaires who want themselves and their companies to avoid the new EU tax regulations (which by the way would add quite a lot of money to public coffers), cancel article 50 and punish the people who've deceived people into supporting it.