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Thread #165570   Message #4023869
Posted By: Workingtonman
15-Dec-19 - 10:35 AM
Thread Name: BS: Brexit #3: A futile gesture?
Subject: RE: BS: Brexit #3: A futile gesture?
aye, right. in my life - in the workington constituency- many of my friends are upset and worried about the future. at work some have been very vocally ukip and brexitty and i've learned to keep quiet to avoid arguments (it's tiring, i don't like anuse and it gets us nowhere) personally, i am not particularly bothered about brexit but am always anti-tory as i worry about public services (i work supporting disabled people in west cumbria) sorry, i'm getting distracted. anyway - some people are upset and worried, some will be pleased at a rejuvenated tory government. but as ever, a majority of people aren't particularly bothered and mistrust or dislike all politicians. calling any group 'intolerant, bigoted, ugly etc....' doesn't do anyone any good. surely we all come across people in all walks of life who may have different views but we would never label an individual in this way. of course it is a lot easier to see the world in black and white if our only relationship is with a computer screen. or the daily heil. (by the way - that 'leftard' word is ugly and offensive