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    Quote Originally Posted by DrB0b View Post
    Exit with May's deal, exit with no deal knowing what we now know, revoke a50 and remain.
    The first two are fine but the last one is out of the question given the result of the last referendum. And what, in your opinion, would be the purpose of revoking article 50?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    Bob, who I formerly viewed a having a fairly balanced stance has had some life event which has affected him so much he too is becoming a parody of Genticles;
    I always thought they were the same person with different logins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrB0b View Post
    Exit with May's deal, exit with no deal knowing what we now know, revoke a50 and remain.
    According to you, when the electorate were given two choices, it caused three years of mayhem. Do you honestly believe that four choices will improve that scenario?

    Given that even a two choice referendum would take 9-12 months before it were possible, the time available would surely cause even more chaos.

    Many contend that people have changed their minds and use that to justify a second referendum. Simply repeating the same question would meet these needs, and shorten the time needed to make it possible.

    Much simpler to just leave now and get on with it. Uncertainty gone and instability unknown. Nothing changed but, action essential. No more dithering with Bercow and his whomps. Collective responsibility enforced by default. Win win.

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    A view from Ireland. My apologies if this has been posted before.



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    Quote Originally Posted by NigelFarage View Post
    This is an illogical argument
    Sure, Spock Unlike you most people prefer to make informed decisions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Switch View Post
    Do you honestly believe that four choices will improve that scenario?
    Three choices. Count again. Use both paws this time.

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    Oh, so "revoke a50 and remain" was actually only one choice rather than two. OK. That answers my question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrB0b View Post
    Exit with May's deal, exit with no deal, revoke a50 and remain.
    Some people say a three option ref. would be too complicated.

    I don't see how anyone but a moron could find that too complicated to understand.


    Oh wait.

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    They really haven't been trying too hard.

    Mostly they just seem bemused by the idiocy, and who can blame them.

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    The lack of an "and" between 'deal' and 'revoke'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrB0b View Post
    Unlike you most people prefer to make informed decisions
    Quote Originally Posted by NigelFarage View Post
    Informed about what?
    Q.E.D.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NigelFarage View Post
    Er, it's them that won't budge on the backstop and made the deal unattractive, because they know it puts them in a very strong position going forwards.
    They won't budge on the backstop because nobody in their right mind wants to go back to the nightmare that was NI before the Good Friday agreement, you cretin. The English might have no qualms about throwing their fellow British under the bus but others do.

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    Asking a BREXITer to understand the importance of this is like asking a dog about Bach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Asking a BREXITer to understand the importance of this is like asking a dog about Bach.
    At least a dog is loyal and trustworthy and rarely shits in its own house. The only way to compare the average TD Brexiter to a dog is if the word rabies is involved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NigelFarage View Post
    You mean you were unable to predict the current 11th hour standoff situation years ago
    Nope. Been predicting this since the moment the referendum result came out. What would happen was obvious to anyone with the slightest grasp of reality. Independence day my arse.
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    That was a 'miss', smeggly.

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    Good news for Bobbie: one of his favourites will be running for an EU parliament position:




    This is exactly the right way to go, load up the EU parliament with as many anti-federlistas as possible from across the UK, and indeed across the EU. If the bedwetting crony HofP want to keep us in the EU then let's make sure we fill our elected positions with EMPs who will loudly critique the current mob who run the EU mafia.

    Of course, the EU won't look forward to having these people as part of their parliament, so are more likely to do more to get the UK out.

    Well done, George - excellent idea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Some people say a three option ref. would be too complicated.

    I don't see how anyone but a moron could find that too complicated to understand.


    Oh wait.
    That's because you are a total tit whose been trapped in a classroom all his life, what do you think the outcome would be with 2 leave options on the ballot thus splitting the leave vote versus one option for remain. #idiot

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    Quote Originally Posted by NigelFarage View Post
    So what does the below mean? It was obvious years ago that the choice would be either leaving or a crappy half in half out one-sided deal.
    it means the British people are starting to realize how incompetent their elected officials are, and without the EU directives protecting them from such fuckwits, the British people will be back to the 1970s mismanagment fuckups the UK was so famous for

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    I am confused, is the no deal the new default? it's not anything else, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    I am confused, is the no deal the new default? it's not anything else, right?
    Nothing has changed apart from the date. Leave with or without a deal. Now April 12th.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    I am confused, is the no deal the new default? it's not anything else, right?
    No deal will never be allowed by the remainers who now have control of parliament from the government and will be tabling a motion on Thursday to prevent us leaving with no deal under any circumstances. They will try and make it law.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    Good news for Bobbie: one of his favourites
    Another lie from you. You were the one who posted George Galloway as a credible source and I ridiculed you for falling back on the member for baghdad. Fuck knows where you get the idea I have time for Galloway or the Invisible Man, Corbyn. Then again, whenever you want to say I think, believe, or said something you just make it up anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    t means the British people are starting to realize how incompetent their elected officials are
    It's nothing to do with incompetence, it has to do with elected officials realising that if they deliver the hard Brexit desired by people who seem to love democracy when it goes their way and hate it when it doesn't that they will wreck the economy and reduce the UK to a state of global powerlessness. A politician's first duty is to the country and not to the people who voted for them, and I'm glad to see some of them behaving them way. They have been given an impossible task because the task was devised by charlatans and con-men who had no interest in the consequences. Interesting to see some of those con-men back-tracking now they see how far along the road to perdition we've travelled

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