"I take it you have read and digested all 500 pages of Mrs May's deal to deliver such a damning rejection of it.someone hasn't read post
I said alot of people are saying it's the wrong deal,
Not it is the wrong deal
And most of people saying it is wrong are people that's seen the deal,
Yes lots are saying it's right deal to
But like I said because it's the only deal just doesn't make it the right one.
Remember policys she had to change during election, could lightening be striking again
Remember I'm saying maybe or could nothing definitely both ways
By the way have you yourself read all 500 pages
No I haven't read all 500 pages of the deal but I have read the main points which, on the whole, seem a very fair deal to get our independence back whilst retaining good trading arrangements with Europe. I also read your post which implied, once again, if Mrs May was in any way involved with it then it has got to be wrong. A lot of people, in the world of business, industry, commerce, farming etc., seem to think it is a good deal. These are the people who really matter. Not the MPs a lot of whom have not got a clue and are just nitpicking for the sake of it and full of their own importance.
On the subject of being a Brexiteer or Remainer things are not as black and white as you think. I would describer myself as something of a reluctant Brexiteer. I'm no fan of the bureaucratic EU but not sure whether leaving, with all the problems it is causing, is such a good thing. Perhaps we should stay in and work to try and reform it or work for its eventual demise from the inside.
I think that actually reading the main points is a far better, and more informed, than merely reading a biaised newspaper or listening to the BBC - which is all some people do because it takes minimal effort."