On 23 Jun 2016 at 5:52am Redballs wrote:
When you stand in the ballot box Take back Control of your life and the life of your Kids.
Vote for Democracy
Vote for Control
Vote for a better future
Don't pander to scare & lies.
Don't go down with that sinking ship.
TAKE BACK CONTOL OF YOUR LIFE, YOUR DESTINY, HAVE COURAGE, TAKE HEART.
On 23 Jun 2016 at 6:01am Zebedee wrote:
Can you explain how you personally will have more control if we leave the EU? And how does the EU control your destiny exactly?
On 23 Jun 2016 at 6:58am RichardJC wrote:
I live in a Tory stronghold, so thanks to First Past The Post voting no matter how much I dislike our government's policies the chances of my having any "control" are zilch.
On 23 Jun 2016 at 7:56am pn wrote:
Ok back again; if Europe is going to try to organise itself along democratic lines, rather than according to military and industrial strife then quite clearly you can`t have everything you want . You have to accept imperfection and compromise a bit of a sense of humour.
I have been vigorously arguing for Europe but that doesn`t mean I like everything about it . In fact I regret the intransigence on movement and find plenty to irk about judicial activism and much more .Twas ever thus .
On the other hand post Brexit we will have all the problems we have now but be poorer , less secure and face years of uncertainty and be powerless in the world . Furthermore there will be job losses and there will be hardship.
I would urge anyone thinking of throwing their toys out of the pram today to have good look at their beautiful town their family , the food they never lack, the peace they take for granted, their job , their freedom . Is it really so bad?
Part of the reason for that is the continuing messy annoying processes of compromise and cooperation with all its frustrations
Let stick with it and get back to ordinary life
On 23 Jun 2016 at 7:58am Local wrote:
It's only Johnson, Gove, Grayling, Duncan-Smith, Murdoch, Desmond, The Barclay Brothers, Arron Banks and the other shady funders of the Leave campaign who will have any more control. The average citizen won't have any more, but will see their quality of life reduced as a right wing Tory government roll back EU legislation for workers rights and the environment.
On 23 Jun 2016 at 8:21am let's go wrote:
Fear Fear Fear , bunch of uneducated cowards.
Leave, be positive, believe in democracy and let's rejoin the world.
On 23 Jun 2016 at 8:57am Redials wrote:
Too much talk Now is the time for Action
VOTE FOR CHANGE not the status quo.
Go out and make a difference.
Are things so great that they don't need to change?
On 23 Jun 2016 at 9:58am Sunshine Lucas wrote:
Oh come on, if it means that Gove goes then you have to vote Remain...
On 23 Jun 2016 at 10:30am Zebedee wrote:
Vote for poverty. Vote Leave!
On 23 Jun 2016 at 10:56am wrote:
So, that's 3 times now Newman has broken his promise to stay away from the forum.
3 times he's lied.
A man with no record of honesty.
On 23 Jun 2016 at 11:17am Zonked wrote:
He's just a little bit weak willed, that's all. Oh, and mad.
On 23 Jun 2016 at 11:26am RichardJC wrote:
Is it just me or do some of the Vote Leave posts sound like a drug pusher or someone saying "jump off thr cliff. Go on! Are you a coward? Where's your spirit? Just jump!"
On 23 Jun 2016 at 4:45pm Penguin wrote:
Take back control - what people say when they haven't got an answer!
On 23 Jun 2016 at 5:07pm Remain wrote:
Will one single leaver please explain what control they are taking back? How much better do you think your life will be with a tanking economy and the chancers Johnson, Gove and IDS in charge? All public school millionaires. Do you really think they will care a toss for your rights. Will they build more council hoses? Will they hell ....
On 23 Jun 2016 at 5:40pm leave wrote:
And you think Cameron and Osbourne still in charge after a remain vote will?
If we leave we have the chance to vote for Corbyn to implement a different manifesto if it's remain the same old neoliberal policies will continue as it is enshrined into EU law and treaties.
On 23 Jun 2016 at 5:52pm Remain wrote:
No, of course Osborn and Cameron have pursued the neo-liberal agenda and pursued 'austerity' but do you really think that Johnson, Gove and Co. are a better alternative? Particularly as the economy will be in an even worse shape for at least two years and Gove has admitted this. The chances of Corbyn being elected in 2020 are pretty unlikely and what sort of economy will he inherit even if he did get elected? Only 24% of the population elected Cameron and I wasn't one of them. But I sure as hell wouldn't ever, ever vote for Boris b.... Johnson. If 'leave' win this referendum we shall be stuck with this bunch of chancers for at least two years and nobody actually voted for them at all. They will 'take control' and drive the country into the ground while remaining happily protected by tax havens.