It’s best the foul-mouthed vitriol I had ready for Alastair Campbell and the rest of the unprincipled is not uttered.
I can’t do anything about it, nor can you, as we see Brexit slip away in a wave of cynical virtue signalling. OK, it comes down to one thing in the end – are you a person who can think for him or herself and sees what is going on here? Such a person will be quietly determined to vote Leave now, whether previously undecided or decided.
Or else you’re a *&^%^&* for brains, easily swayed, shallow and vacuous [or a child but that can be forgiven] and you’re going along to post a vote for Jo. Never mind the 20 years which have led to this moment.
Some good things have happened in my life of late – I’m temporarily in the black, my football team is winning, we are still level pegging in the Referendum, I have good friends/colleagues and we seem to have similar views on society. The wine to my right here is good, the pizza dough is proving. Youtube’s had some good things of late, I’ve found the staple gun I want and the Visqueen. The boat is proceeding.
So, what to say about this Jo Cox thing? There’s nothing we can really. Remain were looking for the gamechanger. They now have it. Anyone who writes a post like this is an utter bastard, no?[END]