Monday, 3 October 2011

Cameron, you're entitled to your opinion and you're entitled to one vote

I don't personally care if Cameron wants this country to stay in the EU. It's not his decision, it is a decision for the people of this country. He will get one vote, no more than anyone else.

We will leave the EU. Only the practicalities remain to be decided. If one of those practicalities involves chucking Cameron into the polar bear enclosure of London Zoo, so be it.

This is an interesting line from the Mail story:
"Ministers appear increasingly concerned that Labour might shift its position and back the idea of an EU referendum. That would put the Tory leadership in a highly awkward position, since the Liberal Democrats promised an ‘in-out’ referendum at the last election."
Ho ho. That would put the cat amongst the pigeons, but I doubt that would happen, and even if it was promised, so what? All three establishment parties promised us a referendum last time, and it turned out that they're despicable lying scoundrels.

Whatever. We need to move on from these political turds. Don't give them the oxygen of legitimacy.

2 comments:

The Boiling Frog said...

"If one of those practicalities involves chucking Cameron into the polar bear enclosure of London Zoo, so be it"

Oh yes please.

On the Labour bit, this blog had an interesting take on Labour and a referendum

http://www.thefirstpost.co.uk/80965,news-comment,news-politics,ed-miliband-should-fight-to-take-britain-out-of-the-eu

Intriguing considering also that Labour have had a better history on exit from the EU than the Tories.

Trooper Thompson said...

Labour's grass roots were historically more pro-sovereignty than the tories, but I fear that the leadership is held hostage by traitors.