Registered On: September 7, 2015
BRI, you make out how “fair” you are and you always put forward what you say is a “balanced” viewpoint, but you think that you are right – all the time. You are no different to anyone else on here, merely expressing your opinion.
No matter what agreement has been reached we will still get the same responses from both sides. No-one has listened to anyone who they disagreed with 4 years ago, let alone changed their opinion.
A deal has been done. This is so much better that what the main posters on here thought was possible – with the majority stating that Boris was always aiming for a no deal. Only time will tell how our relationship develops witj the EU & others. Why not look on the positive side for a change?
Of course people think they’re right when arguing a point. What a strange accusation. However, I am often wrong and admit to being wrong here. I was worried about no deal and thought it could be a likely outcome a few weeks ago.
It did look like no deal was most likely at one point, but I am glad it hasn’t happened. It was never an impossibility and I did think a deal was most likely at the start of the year. You can’t blame people for becoming worried when things looked bad, nor can you blame people for being critical of Brexit when the greatness of it was sold.
You always come on here to lecture others for not arguing with balance, but I have long thought that you yourself have clear biases and your remonstrations for others for daring to air their opinion when it disagrees with yours.