Parliament Votes on Brexit This Week

I read three different articles on what the choices are and what’s likely to happen.  Damned if I know.

If May’s deal is voted down, which is likely, then a confidence vote is likely.  What happens then is anyone’s guess.

So, here’s wishing well to the English and their desire to be free of the European Union.  May they succeed soon.


4 thoughts on “Parliament Votes on Brexit This Week

  • January 13, 2019 at 9:58 pm

    Just cut themselves off, period. No negotiations, no rules. Pick up their marbles and go home.

    The UK has always been better off outside continental Europe. Lord knows the UK and France/Germany cannot get along for very long if history is any indication. And allowing Italy to have anything to say about your economy is foolish. There’s a reason “fiat” is an Italian/Latin word. Then look at the death spiral the EU is locked into with Greece.

    The UK is and has always been better off sitting outside Europe, as a bridge between the USA and Europe. They play with both sides and profit handsomely thereby. Why the UK ever wanted to join the EU is beyond me. Only Germany and the UK hit their EU economic responsibilities with any regularity. Greece is a basket case. Italy swings between fascism and communism. Turkey is devolving into another Iran. The new Eastern European members are suffering from decades of Soviet rule and are a drag on the economy. NATO is about to be inveigled into a shooting war with Russia over Ukraine. Islamic “refugees” are loading up Europe into another Caliphate and will soon take over.

    Who would want to join that club? Not me. Parliament should just vote to leave and the heck with it. None of May’s simpering half-measures. Just flat frigging go.

    • January 14, 2019 at 6:11 pm

      Unfortunately, there are too many Brit politicians who are on the take from the EU. They’re traitors but they’re closing in on control.

    • January 15, 2019 at 3:02 pm

      Yes, War Pig is 100% correct. The people voted. Britain owes the EU nothing. They essentially declared independence; why all the hand-wringing and dithering about? The EU would quickly sort out travel and international business details with a fully independent Britain.
      I definitely see photog’s point in this follow-up comment–traitorous MPs ignoring the will of the voters.

      • January 15, 2019 at 3:32 pm

        The Tory “Remainers” are the RINOs of Britain. Will they stab the British people in the back? We’ll find out.


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