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Quinky

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Re: Brexit
« Reply #165 on: Tuesday 20-Aug-2019, 09:56* »
I think it would be perfectly reasonable for that % to rebel against them if they patronised them, lied to them, refused to engage with them, had broken electoral law to get into their position, and delivered something entirely different and more extreme to what was promised during their election campaign. Then I think it would be ok to object.

Holding politicians to account is not being a part of the problem. What many leavers donít understand is that having a strong robust opposition strengthens us as it holds those responsible to account to deliver a better solution. It shouldnít be a dictatorship

However Farage, Johnson, Rees-Mogg etc donít like that though because they know that when their ideas are challenged, they fall apart as the fantasy that they are.

You stated "I absolutely refuse to be part of a team with Farage, Johnson, Rees-Mogg". Unfortunately for you, these people are elected. You may not like how they got there, but more people voted for them than for anyone else. That's called democracy. You may decide that people have lied, broken promises, broken laws - but you are not judge and jury. You have no right to decide what they can or can't do. There is a due process for that, and again, if it's followed then you (along with the rest of the population) have to accept decisions that you may not agree with.

 

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