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Re: Delusion, hope or a lie?
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nigelswift wrote:
grufty jim wrote:
In fairness, I'm not sure brexit had much to do with Trump's delayed visit to the UK.

True, but I don't feel I owe any fairness to people whose vote is going to have such damaging consequences. It's time they started feeling the sense of desolation the rest of us felt on Brexitnacht.

Ahh diddums, did the nasty people vote differently to you? Shame on them - what a scurrilous bunch for not taking your feelings into account and having minds of their own knowing you like to have the last say. Never mind, you have two more years yet to keep insulting the winners and government and coming up with all the carefully selected trash from the media you can find by scouring the Internet.
You've moved on now from being a referendum loser to becoming a serial loser who hasn't got the savvy to wait and see what actually transpires on exit, much preferring to make up the future news instead in your usual negative and depressing way.
Why don't you just stop Nigel because nothing is going to change and I'm sure it's not doing you any good?

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