There's far too many other pressing things to worry about they say.
Another baseless, phoney reason to put it off.
As though it's not possible for the public or Parliament to handle more than one issue at a time.
Of course, it's all part of the stalling techniques used by politicians and their cronies for years now.
They've waited long enough for a generation who would be opposed to Europe to die off and a new brainwashed set of voters to come through.
They waited for the polls to swing in their favour and now they are just waiting for the perfect opportunity in which to have the referendum.
Many reasons to delay any possible vote, simply in support this timing tactic were given; some of the more obvious ones are spent.
It wasn't right to have a vote whilst there was turmoil in the Euro equity markets.
People would be casting their vote on that.
No they wouldn't.
There's far too much at stake to worry about than an artificial currency which we're not even part of, let alone one that isn't worth the paper it's written on.
It wasn't right to have a vote, while apparently so many people were unhappy with Europe.
Strange that, because most people would deduce exactly the opposite, given that thesis.
The mounting discontent and cynicism would be precisely the underlying reasons building insurmountable pressure for a referendum in the first place.
Think Scottish referendum where we were constantly told by the liberal brigade that there was a groundswell of opinion for independence and widespread dissatisfaction with Westminster which funnily enough, they claimed could only be addressed with a referendum.
Apparently, they now think precisely the opposite.
I have a feeling that's more to do with the fact they now think there more people who are happy with Europe.
It wasn't right to have one unless new Treaties needed signing.
So they simply stopped the need for new Treaties.
If they did need a new Treaty they simply redefined the word itself, with the insertion of a synonym in place of the word 'Treaty', such as 'agreement' and signed it anyway.
Then in what was possibly one of the most ludicrous of all excuses to be put forward, was a notion conceived by some lame-liberal, political brains.
Their lamentable claim was that they didn't think that referenda itself were a good idea.
Indeed quite incredulously, they claimed they didn't actually resolve anything.
That's self-evidently such trifle nonsense that we won't even grace this desperate, last throw of the dice with comment.
It wouldn't be right to have a vote, until or unless there was a renegotiated settlement that could be decided on.
This is simply a last chance by the Euro libel fanatics to pull the wool over your eyes, by making something out of nothing.
Just like 40 years ago when the public was duped. (See entry, In the Beginning, under the 'The E.E.C.' at the top of the homepage.)
The disillusionment with Europe and ever the growing anger at both the denial and disdain with which the political elite treat it, was never going to go away of course.
But they knew that and so eventually, a day of reckoning was going to have to be faced.
Therefore, in reality it's all simply been a waiting game.
The liberal Euro-fanatics controlling the whole charade have continually strived to orchestrate the agenda and manage the subsequent debate, from the start.
They were determined to keep control of the chronology of events, in what has been an industrial effort to gain the most favourable timing possible.
To optimize the date for that inevitable vote whenever it came, thus enhancing the chances of winning it.
This they have indeed done for many years, on a level of such magnitude which is far beyond the recognition of what most people realize.
It almost verges on the edge of bending the law of physics, as they've managed the deception for over forty years now.
And of course, it is still a work in progress.
Until now they have been delicately balanced covering all the bases.
Now they are teetering on the edge of the precipice, staring down at the abyss of the mass illegal immigration in to Europe disaster which is currently taking place and the resurrection of the Euro crisis.
Both of these are capable of shattering the carefully crafted illusion and web of deceit they have constructed around the European issue, as such either of these repressed problems could be fatal to their cause.
They hastily need to slot a date in for the vote, in case the Euro money crisis is exhumed earlier than expected.
Don't forget, that's only been buried by Europe, it's not actually dead yet. (See blog, All quiet on the Western Front 12/12/15.)
Things are being kept quiet all around at the moment.
Hence the reason why David ‘call me Dave’ Cameron appears so fervently in favour a vote, a.s.a.p.
Strange the rush after all the premeditated delay.
See through it all and vote ‘leave’, in any case, whenever presented.