When, exactly?Boro Boy wrote:pabenny wrote:Because the benefits of uniting with our neighbours are worth havingBoro Boy wrote:Why would any Democratic Briton want to sell away their sovereignty and democracy to a ever increasing powerful EU Body in which you have no real control over?
Because we're better off as part of larger grouping than standing alone
Because we have more influence on the inside than on the outside
Funny how easily people forget that people died for democracy; so hard to achieve but so easy to give away...
Most people fought because they were obliged to do so - and they were fighting against something.
The interpretation that they were fighting for anything is largely a retrospective justification by the victors.
- and nobody fought for you to use their sacrifice as a prop in your campaign...... You've tried the "non-democratic" smear several times and been disproven - by continuing you just demonstrate how thin your argument is.