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In hindsight, are you happy with the way you voted in Brexit?

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In hindsight, are you happy with the way you voted in Brexit?

Post by Google.Gaspar.Statements on 02.07.16 13:45

With talk in the media that many people wished they'd voted 'Remain' and vice versa, and are saying we should have a second referendum, I just wondered if anyone here now wish they'd voted differently in hindsight.

If you wish you'd voted differently, why do you feel that way now?

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Re: In hindsight, are you happy with the way you voted in Brexit?

Post by pennylane on 02.07.16 14:58

Absolutely 100% certain that 'Leave' was the right way to vote, and there's not been a doubt in my mind before or since voting!  nod

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Post by aquila on 02.07.16 15:01

@pennylane wrote:Absolutely 100% certain that 'Leave' was the right way to vote, and there's not been a doubt in my mind before or since voting!  nod
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Post by pennylane on 02.07.16 15:05

@aquila wrote:
@pennylane wrote:Absolutely 100% certain that 'Leave' was the right way to vote, and there's not been a doubt in my mind before or since voting!  nod
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Post by aquila on 02.07.16 15:19

@pennylane wrote:
@aquila wrote:
@pennylane wrote:Absolutely 100% certain that 'Leave' was the right way to vote, and there's not been a doubt in my mind before or since voting!  nod
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Post by Verdi on 02.07.16 16:03

LEAVE - the sooner the better!

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Re: In hindsight, are you happy with the way you voted in Brexit?

Post by aquila on 02.07.16 16:24

The exit vote has shown our politicians to be the conniving, scheming articles they are. The Brexit voters have outed Westminster and look how badly they are showing themselves to be.

I'm very sad the Labour Party (I've never voted Labour) has imploded.

I'm sad the Liberal Party is still sitting with one leg astride the fence after all these years.

Above all, I'm sad the Tory party have shown themselves to be the most dreadful human beings, let alone a cohesive party.

No-one wants the job of carrying through a democratic vote by the people of UK.

Theresa May is a bit of a dead cert imo and she's another less than dependable member of the political elite and media who own and run this country.

We voted out. It was democratic. Now carry it through. No excuses. No delay. No obfuscation with a second referendum, because if this referendum carries no weight then God help us all.

To all the young people who have taken to rallying and protesting in London, all I can say is you lot need to take a long, hard look at what's best for this country - and go ask your friend Russell Brand where he is in leading your Socialist ideal.

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Post by Get'emGonçalo on 02.07.16 17:10



I'm also 100% sure that my 'Leave' vote was the right thing to do.

Lest you forget your words, Mrs May, should you ever grow out of your Bay City Rollers infatuation to become PM of the UK.

With thanks to BlueBag for the graphic which I have been facebewking, tweeting, blogging and Google+'ing far and wide thumbsup

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Re: In hindsight, are you happy with the way you voted in Brexit?

Post by aquila on 02.07.16 17:14

@Get'emGonçalo wrote:

I'm also 100% sure that my 'Leave' vote was the right thing to do.

Lest you forget your words, Mrs May, should you ever grow out of your Bay City Rollers infatuation to become PM of the UK.

With thanks to BlueBag for the graphic which I have been facebewking, tweeting, blogging and Google+'ing far and wide thumbsup
Yep, there's Theresa May wearing faux tartan.

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Re: In hindsight, are you happy with the way you voted in Brexit?

Post by Mirage on 02.07.16 17:50

I am content that I have voted not to be run by a Franco-Prussian alliance. Very content.

I would never have been able to live with myself if I had voted to negate the horrific way our soldiers died on the Somme and elsewhere in defiance of German domination.

 You can dress Germany up any politically-correct way you wish,  but their propensity to cause mayhem across Europe over a three century span, from the Franco-Prussian wars to WW1, the annexation of Sudetenland and WW2, to Merkel's unilateral invitation for the world to walk into Europe, is a matter of pernicious record.

Anyone ignoring that ingrained record is a fool.

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Re: In hindsight, are you happy with the way you voted in Brexit?

Post by aquila on 02.07.16 17:59

@Mirage wrote:I am content that I have voted not to be run by a Franco-Prussian alliance. Very content.

I would never have been able to live with myself if I had voted to negate the horrific way our soldiers died on the Somme and elsewhere in defiance of German domination.

 You can dress Germany up any politically-correct way you wish,  but their propensity to cause mayhem across Europe over a three century span, from the Franco-Prussian wars to WW1, the annexation of Sudetenland and WW2, to Merkel's unilateral invitation for the world to walk into Europe, is a matter of pernicious record.

Anyone ignoring that ingrained record is a fool.
Yes, you can wrap it up in ribbons but it still comes down to Germany and its French poodle ruling a Europe that thankfully we have now opted out from.

Some things never change.

You are completely right when you say anyone ignoring that ingrained record is a fool.

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Re: In hindsight, are you happy with the way you voted in Brexit?

Post by MRNOODLES on 02.07.16 18:08

A couple of things that has started to wear a bit thin with me is.  Firstly this 'buyers regret' the MSM has jumped on because they went and ferreted out a couple of doughnuts who said they wish they hadn't blah blah blah. So what if there was a few, there still isn't enough that would have changed the result.

Secondly this little catch phrase you hear a lot, on call ins in radio shows on LBC etc.  'Not all Brexit voters are racist, but all racists voted Brexit'.  TOTAL BOLLOCKS! If I had a quid for every racial slur I've read aimed at an ethnic minority Brexiteer from a Remainer on social media.  I'd have enough to go on a bloody good holiday for a week or two.


Just push the A50 button and lets all just get on with it and move on.

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Re: In hindsight, are you happy with the way you voted in Brexit?

Post by aquila on 02.07.16 18:16

@MRNOODLES wrote:A couple of things that has started to wear a bit thin with me is.  Firstly this 'buyers regret' the MSM has jumped on because they went and ferreted out a couple of doughnuts who said they wish they hadn't blah blah blah. So what if there was a few, there still isn't enough that would have changed the result.

Secondly this little catch phrase you hear a lot, on call ins in radio shows on LBC etc.  'Not all Brexit voters are racist, but all racists voted Brexit'.  TOTAL BOLLOCKS! If I had a quid for every racial slur I've read aimed at an ethnic minority Brexiteer from a Remainer on social media.  I'd have enough to go on a bloody good holiday for a week or two.


Just push the A50 button and lets all just get on with it and move on.
Have you noticed the lack of statistics - those completely spurious statistics that show where the Brexit vote came from - doesn't show the vote from ethnic minorities that are British and live here.

Gawd 'elp us if the effnik minorities voted to leave the EU. I know of several people from the ethnic minorities, Sikhs, Hindus, and Muslims who have voted Leave.

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Re: In hindsight, are you happy with the way you voted in Brexit?

Post by BlueBag on 02.07.16 18:29

@aquila wrote:

Gawd 'elp us if the effnik minorities voted to leave the EU. I know of several people from the ethnic minorities, Sikhs, Hindus, and Muslims who have voted Leave.
Yes.. Birmingham for instance.

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Re: In hindsight, are you happy with the way you voted in Brexit?

Post by aquila on 02.07.16 18:33

@BlueBag wrote:
@aquila wrote:

Gawd 'elp us if the effnik minorities voted to leave the EU. I know of several people from the ethnic minorities, Sikhs, Hindus, and Muslims who have voted Leave.
Yes.. Birmingham for instance.
Don't tell Diane Abbott that, you'll spoil her day. She's interested in effnik black votes and the suppression of black people in UK.

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Post by sallypelt on 02.07.16 19:03

BOB is at it again:

Thousands of people have marched through London to protest against the referendum decision to leave the EU.
Demonstrators at the "March for Europe" rally, organised on social media, held placards saying "Bremain" and "We Love EU".
In the referendum on 23 June the UK voted to leave the EU, with 51.9% in favour of leaving and 48.1% supporting Remain.
Critics said that those protesting who lost the vote were "having a tantrum".

Demonstrators gathered around Park Lane before setting off for Parliament Square. A rally also took place in York.
                           
At the end of the two-mile route, protesters gathered in front of Parliament, and listened to speakers including Labour MP for Tottenham David Lammy, Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron, leftwing commentator and activist Owen Jones and musician Bob Geldof.
Mr Geldof urged Remain campaigners to take to the streets, speak to their neighbours and work to stop the UK's exit from the EU.
"We need to individually organise ourselves. Organise those around us and do everything possible within our individual power to stop this country being totally destroyed," he said.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-36692990

IS DEMOCRACY DEAD IN THIS COUNTRY?  What IS the point of voting if you are on the winning side, but the losing side won't accept the result?

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Re: In hindsight, are you happy with the way you voted in Brexit?

Post by BlueBag on 02.07.16 19:07

Bob.


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Yeah Bob.

Why don't you just do one.

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Post by plebgate on 02.07.16 19:39

No regrets here.  Was the right thing to do and no amount of crying and whining from the losers is going to help them.

Tony posted the email from Will Straw. This is  being orchestrated by a group who have run things for years imo and do not want change at any cost.   

The Kinnocks, Blairs, Straws all getting their kids cushty safe seats and jobs and all of them saying they do not want preferential treatment.    YEAH RIGHT.

Anyone remember the Tory MPs son (can't remember the name) who was employed by his father during the University Holidays, Parties at the tax payers expense and his attitude was appalling as though he had a RIGHT to it all.    SPONGERS.


TIME FOR CHANGE AND THE SOONER THE BETTER.

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Re: In hindsight, are you happy with the way you voted in Brexit?

Post by Verdi on 03.07.16 0:56

@Get'emGonçalo wrote:

I'm also 100% sure that my 'Leave' vote was the right thing to do.all
Looking a bit strained in the blouse department - must be all that excess flatulence.

Hoping she deflates before taking over leadership of the Tory party, otherwise we'll all be launched into space like a job lot of explosive party poopers.

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Post by Verdi on 03.07.16 1:00

@BlueBag wrote:Bob.


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Yeah Bob.

Why don't you just do one.
Bob is pending - just like his fellow Sires Elton and Richard and Cliff (alias Kitty) + the other national treasure Stephen Fry.

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Post by plebgate on 03.07.16 1:05

Just had a look at Daily Mail website and they are pushing her big time.

Why?

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Re: In hindsight, are you happy with the way you voted in Brexit?

Post by Roxyroo on 03.07.16 1:51

@aquila wrote:
@Get'emGonçalo wrote:

I'm also 100% sure that my 'Leave' vote was the right thing to do.

Lest you forget your words, Mrs May, should you ever grow out of your Bay City Rollers infatuation to become PM of the UK.

With thanks to BlueBag for the graphic which I have been facebewking, tweeting, blogging and Google+'ing far and wide thumbsup
Yep, there's Theresa May wearing faux tartan.



I thought it was Black Watch, isn't it?

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Why Mrs May?

Post by Searcher on 03.07.16 2:34

I have to wonder why Mrs May is coming forward so strongly.  I have followed the Referendum in detail (to the best of my ability that is).  I am left not understanding what happened to Boris, whether he genuinely spent last weekend mainly playing cricket, or whether he was actually putting together a magnificent, ground-breaking new team, even with cross-party elements.  I also do not know if Gove actually brought him down, or whether an edict came down from somewhere on high to say there would be no ground-breaking team, no actions to leave, and certainly no liaison with Mr. Farage or Gisela Stuart.

We also have to wonder how a candidate who contributed nothing to leave, and wanted to remain, is a front runner to take forward negotiations to leave.  Earlier today there were many suggestions in the media that Andrea Readsom was overtaking Gove.  That seems to have quietened down.  We will have to see; but whatever emerges party members should be given a vote.

So what are we left with?  We can only hope and pray for right outcome, and keep vigilant.  I feel manipulated.

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Post by BlueBag on 03.07.16 8:14

@Get'emGonçalo wrote:

I'm also 100% sure that my 'Leave' vote was the right thing to do.

Lest you forget your words, Mrs May, should you ever grow out of your Bay City Rollers infatuation to become PM of the UK.

With thanks to BlueBag for the graphic which I have been facebewking, tweeting, blogging and Google+'ing far and wide thumbsup
I posted this not because I support her or trust her.

It's just so there is a record of the hard promises she made.

Before she breaks them (probably).

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Re: In hindsight, are you happy with the way you voted in Brexit?

Post by plebgate on 03.07.16 8:16

The smear tactics start against Andrea L.

http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/685698/Brexit-Andrea-Leadsom-hypocrite-Tory-Party-leadership-Remain-Vote-Leave-politics

So what she changed her mind.

How many u turns did we see in Camerun's Government.

If that's the best they've got BRING IT ON.

another link about Theresay May/May Not.

http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/685694/Theresa-May-EU-migration-wait-european-union-brexit-vote-leave-tory-leadership-battle


She did not once speak on behalf of the Leave campaign - what is wrong with these people?

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