- Jul 5, 2003
Yep. There really is no excuse other than the adjectives you mentioned. At the time there was this misconstrued idea that there were two "sides" and both had equal merit and deserved to respected in "debates" and discussions. Stewart Lee had it right in how the thick, gullible or greedy (and don't forget the racists) would dress up their language in a vain attempt to justify their stance. Although he amalgamated being "thick, gullible and greedy" into a different word:Sorry but I reserve the right to call people whoe voted for Brexit thick/gullible or greedy.
In spite of all the evidence telling people Brexit would not only fail to deliver what they were hoping for but would be an unmitigated disaster and leave millions of people worse off, they voted to leave.
That’s the behaviour of a thicko or someone who stands to gain from other’s suffering.
And I’ll bloody well call it how it is whether it upsets the brexity snowflakes or not.
"I am neither a racist or a c**t, just someone with genuine anxieties about ever closer political ties with the EU".
f*** it I'll post the whole thing here. It doesn't make up for the clusterfuck that is Brexit but it offers a little catharsis nonetheless.