diy wrote:Remain we're wrong to say the EU could be reformed to better suit our desires...
The only real question is voters could answer, is are we heading in the right direction or do we need to change tack.
I wanted less EU not more EU. but i didn't and still don't want no EU
They seek to build a giant edifice upon foundations of sand: any responsible engineer would give it a wobble to test its stability before it gets too high.
dls wrote:I do not think that that is what is being said. What is being said is that something has to be built. That requires at least the semblance of positive intent to make what we can of where we are going. There will be much proper debate as to just how this will work, and people can disagree, but much of the disagreement seems to be from people determined to undermine the whole process.
Hairyloon wrote:diy wrote:Remain we're wrong to say the EU could be reformed to better suit our desires...
They could be wrong, the fact that Cameron failed to accomplish anything is neither here nor there: he is incompetent and did not actually try.
Or "do you want change or to keep things the same", which is how a good many people took the question.
.......... I wanted less EU not more EU. but i didn't and still don't want no EU
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