Dirk wrote:Pigeon wrote:Dirk wrote:It appears that even amoung Remainers who didn't vote Tory last time, the Tories are favoured for being able to negotiate the best deal when we do leave.
Given the way the Tories' activities so far have been aimed at making a bad situation as much worse as possible, one has to ask: are these people fcuking blind or what?
Probably more the case that they are not blind to how Corbyn is blind to anything that does not accord with his views
As opposed to May being blind to anything that does not accord with the promotion and enthusiastic pursuit of suicidally destructive insanity, as continually demonstrated by her actions?
The Tories got us into this mess, and far from doing anything to mitigate it, they have made it clear as bleeding daylight that they are determined to make it even more of a mess than its original proponents envisaged. Certainly they haven't shown the remotest sign of "being able to negotiate the best deal when we do leave", nor of even trying to. All we've seen is an inability to define what a "best deal" even is, wishful thinking turned up to the max and presented as inevitable certainty, and an inclination to demand the moon on a stick from a position of utter weakness while making that position even worse by insulting those in the position of strength. Anyone who looks at their record so far and still thinks they'll provide the best result is quite simply a fcuking idiot in abject denial.