Why is it that the pro-E.E.C. fundamentalists have the idea that if you're not happy and you want to change the rules of a club, you’re better off staying in it to try to change them.
I would have thought that if you were in a club which you didn’t particularly like or agrees with, you’d leave.
One other question; why do the political and P.C. liberal elite think that we have to have this ‘big debate’ and ‘get all the information out there’ before we can have a vote on withdrawing from the E.E.C.?
What’s wrong with voting on principle for crying out loud? Or of conscience for that matter?
Let’s make an analogy on this one, just in case anyone can’t see the wood for the trees.
If I asked my good lady if she thought it was a good idea to go on holiday or not, she would say yes or no.
This answer would come from within; her own thoughts and/or fear on the matter would dictate the decision, not external influences.
She would say yes or no on principle, to a question of principle; knowing the minutiae of where she would be staying, how hot it would be, who with, what hotel it was etc. etc. would be of no consequence.
Of course what they really mean by ‘we need to get all the information out there’, is we need to brainwash everybody.
Those of you still capable of independent thought who are left standing after this ‘big debate’ and with ‘all the information’ will, like me, will still vote to pull out of the E.E.C.