Brian wrote:...The EU is a totally Democratic organisation...
I think Carol put this thread up as temporary and asked people to be civil to create decent debate, if you start personal insults she will shut it down.Brian wrote:Ha ha anyone who employs Cash to bolster their argument has to be slightly innocent or naive or maybe both.
As Kilkis pointed out, the EU is as Democratic as most countries in the Western World, so please stop using that particular spurious argument.
Also, this nonsense about the EU being overly beaurocratic is also a lazy canard constantly brought up by the Leavers. Who would attempt to make that argument when they well know that trying to align 28 separate states will require a little more beaurocracy than a single separate country. Only the most innocent or malevolent would accept that the EU should have the same or less beaurocracy than a single state. So I suggest kamisiana, grow up and think for yourself.
scooby wrote:What, to go against a democratic vote?Phild wrote:scooby wrote:]No good, he's a remoaner
That's exactly why it's a good idea!
moggieman wrote:But after a general election, and you don't like the party who has got in do you then say I want another vote.
Brian wrote:...As Kilkis pointed out, the EU is as Democratic as most countries in the Western World, so please stop using that particular spurious argument...
Kamisiana wrote:An article worth a read if anyone is interested?
https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/opin ... 19265.html
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