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Tuesday, May 24, 2016


Someone who supports Remain in the issue of membership of the institutionally undemocratic EU, is happy with the idea that the people's vote shouldn't matter.
So why would they vote in the referendum?


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1 comment:

Jim in San Marcos said...

After two drinks, it took a bit to understand the statement.

Let's hope that who ever writes the ballot question can phrase it with as much confusion.

They claim the wheels will fall off the EU if there is A Grexit. It's Deutschland's piggy bank that is in the lurch.

Remember those cheap French vacations before the Euro, when France devalued the Franc every time they changed their underwear?

IMHO the Euro has enslaved the poor.