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2 minutes ago, Jip99 said:

 

 

I have said before, if the Grand National winner wins by a head - he wins.

 

 

They don't have a replay, or try and change the rules, just because the second horse lost.

 

 

What is happening now with the remainers (and Corbyn) is not democracy it is about self-interest and trying to overturn a decision that they don't like.  That is gutter politics, not democracy. Gut Fawkes was closer to democracy than that lot.

 

And if new information came to light in a sporting event, the decisions on who won may be overturned.

 

To suggest any democratic decision can only be a one off, never challenged or changed, as new information comes to light which may make people change their minds smacks of desperation. Like the weasel Farage said, a close vote 48/52 is unfinished business.

 

Guy Fawkes was a paid mercenary employed by catholic terrorists wanting to overthrow democracy and enforce the doctrine of their choice on people. I can see why you think he might be representative of Farage democracy.

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4 minutes ago, Baerboxer said:

 

And if new information came to light in a sporting event, the decisions on who won may be overturned.

 

To suggest any democratic decision can only be a one off, never challenged or changed, as new information comes to light which may make people change their minds smacks of desperation. Like the weasel Farage said, a close vote 48/52 is unfinished business.

 

Guy Fawkes was a paid mercenary employed by catholic terrorists wanting to overthrow democracy and enforce the doctrine of their choice on people. I can see why you think he might be representative of Farage democracy.

 

 

 

The stewards have taken a long hard look at this one already  -  and the result stands.

 

 

I am not sure if you understand just how pathetic it looks whenyou weasel around trying to find a technicality, a flaw - just because 52% of the electorate voted against your wishes.

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7 minutes ago, vogie said:

So what's your point, the EU referendum can be run every 45 years, sorted.

Nope just pointing out a completely irrelevant analogy. 

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1 minute ago, bannork said:

Get it right. It was only 37% of the electorate who voted for Brexit.

Do you have to keep bringing this pointless figure up, but it is still more than 34% of voters that voted to remain. What is the point of you repeticiously bringing this up, it is nonsense and meaningless.

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10 minutes ago, bannork said:

Get it right. It was only 37% of the electorate who voted for Brexit.

 

Still more than those who voted to remain..... and get it right..... 52% of those who voted  -  in the biggest turnout for years.

 

 

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