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    Quote Originally Posted by Jobo View Post
    Out of course.The concessions are worthless anyway.
    You probably think Farage is a visionary, you laughable moron.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Lad View Post
    You probably think Farage is a visionary, you laughable moron.
    Sorry to bully you again.

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    You's two are gonna end up ridin' each other!
    It`s Better To Reign In Hell, Than Serve In Heaven!

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    Quote Originally Posted by justincredible View Post
    You's two are gonna end up ridin' each other!
    Lol everyone is fucking everyone according to you. Or will end up fucking. Or needs fucking. The fuck economy is real!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Lad View Post
    Lol everyone is fucking everyone according to you. Or will end up fucking. Or needs fucking. The fuck economy is real!
    Too fookin right. Those generic Viagra ads that swamp your inbox aren't coincidental you know.
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    Looking forward to the referendum itself and also to both sides laying out their cases. At the moment am marginally more for leaving, mainly because the in campaign seems to be recycling the arguments we heard about why it was imperative we join the euro, which all proved wrong. When you have government ministers like Matthew Hancock trying to spin the line that it would be 'hard to buy a foreign car' post Brexit you know they're just lying. Britain is a major export market for all the countries that matter and is running a trade deficit, there'll be no trade war or protectionism and the trade agreements will be signed the second BMW see the drop in sales to the UK.

    Think we will remain in ultimately, mainly because it's easy for people to look at Farage, Johnson and Galloway campaigning for out and just take a contrary position to them.

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    Both sides will fearmonger and twist to suit an agenda.

    Cruz reportedly captured data on Facebook and used "detailed psychological profiling techniques to sway voters".

    This is the way we can expect to be treated as the electorate.

    I will not be looking forward to hearing any bullshit argument from either side, personally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteelWool View Post
    Looking forward to the referendum itself and also to both sides laying out their cases. At the moment am marginally more for leaving, mainly because the in campaign seems to be recycling the arguments we heard about why it was imperative we join the euro, which all proved wrong. When you have government ministers like Matthew Hancock trying to spin the line that it would be 'hard to buy a foreign car' post Brexit you know they're just lying. Britain is a major export market for all the countries that matter and is running a trade deficit, there'll be no trade war or protectionism and the trade agreements will be signed the second BMW see the drop in sales to the UK.

    Think we will remain in ultimately, mainly because it's easy for people to look at Farage, Johnson and Galloway campaigning for out and just take a contrary position to them.
    All the more reason to try and find out for yourself about the EU.You could say Blair,Mandelson,Cameron and Osborne think it's good therefore it must be shit.

    It's not as if the EU started last week there's been years to read pronouncements off functionaries and to observe what actually happens.I reckon Cameron is so keen to move the vote closer because it might collapse altogether before he can sucker people into staying in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Lad View Post
    Both sides will fearmonger and twist to suit an agenda.

    Cruz reportedly captured data on Facebook and used "detailed psychological profiling techniques to sway voters".

    This is the way we can expect to be treated as the electorate.

    I will not be looking forward to hearing any bullshit argument from either side, personally.
    To be honest Mike I was referring to folk like yourself there. Would imagine that irrespective of the arguments for or against your mind would be made up by taking a contrary position to Farage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jobo View Post
    All the more reason to try and find out for yourself about the EU.You could say Blair,Mandelson,Cameron and Osborne think it's good therefore it must be shit.

    It's not as if the EU started last week there's been years to read pronouncements off functionaries and to observe what actually happens.I reckon Cameron is so keen to move the vote closer because it might collapse altogether before he can sucker people into staying in.
    Behave Jobo I'm not going to read a load of old EU pronouncements! Wouldn't really affect my decision anyway. I am intrinsically sceptical of it, but worry how far the EU would go in punishing an exiting Britain. Think they would like nothing more than to make an example of us, if for no other reason than to deter other jumpers.

    Read an interesting report the other day that rather than scaring off investment the strain Brexit would put on the EU would make Britain an attractive prospect whilst the rest of it came tumbling down.

    Regarding immigration think our economy would be better served if our immigrants were Indian doctors and engineers rather than eastern European car washers. But then I'm a massive racist like that.

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