Hairyloon wrote:I can only assume that there position is one of being run by idiots. The hypothesis appears to fit the available evidence.
dls wrote:I know I must have this wrong, but I need help understanding.
TM says 'No deal may be better than a bad deal'. There are worse possibilities than simply leaving the EU on standard international trading terms.
Labour says 'Wrong. You must be an extreme brexiteer' - All deals must be better that standard terms. (illogical, but it might just be excused if you still believe in the essential good character of the EU) That is any possible offer from the EU must always be better than no deal.
However, they say that they will wait for the deal, and if it is nnot good theywill vote againat it - suggesting an apparent preference for standard terms over some possible EU offers.
Am I alone in seeing a straight self contradiction?
No mention of 'What then?' because that's too difficult.
shootist wrote:They could not possibly agree with the Conservatives and so the present for their weak minded hard of thinking followers the proposition that the deal has to be better or they'll vote against it...
Hairyloon wrote:shootist wrote:They could not possibly agree with the Conservatives and so the present for their weak minded hard of thinking followers the proposition that the deal has to be better or they'll vote against it...
What about the rest of the followers? Some follow despite the incompetence because Labour are probably still the best chance for any significant change.
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