So..since this is related, how do you expect the UK Supreme Court
to vote in regards to forcing the brexit vote?
Will they force this issue into the hands
of the British Parliament and the MPs? If so, how do you expect the vote to turn out?
Do you think they will uphold the will of the majority of voters who voted for brexit?
I am guessing here; but "I" think most, if not all, of these people who have migrated would express their desire to happily return to their place of origin if the conditions they tried to escape were fixed.
The best case scenario I for see for the UK will be some sort of middle ground. That way you can suffer with your decision and be made an example for the rest of the EU.
F3Head wrote:Were only in January 2017, but I suspect the EU will have you vote again on this topic once again. It's happened before to Ireland who rejected the Maastricht Treaty ( so many treaties and do overs its hard to keep up with) once before and had to vote again until they got it right. Unfortunately for citizens who voted to leave the EU, they are sadly considered to be "legacy" citizens. In time this opposition will fail by the for wayside. After all, it was a reasonably close vote to begin with. I believe the meeting of the minds will be meeting in Davo's shortly to determine your fate. That is if Germany can be convinced to pay for the whole thing. The best case scenario I for see for the UK will be some sort of middle ground. That way you can suffer with your decision and be made an example for the rest of the EU. The good news is Barack Obama will be available shortly to help you with your decisions. He and the recently reenergized Tony Blair are just waiting in the wings…
Sully wrote:YES I figured in this comment; Amending the Constitution, if you follow the blue print (The Constitution) the path is time consuming. fraught with pit falls. a 2/3 vote of all Congress both Senators and Representatives, then a vote of all 50 states and 3/4 of those individual states must approve the Constitutional Amendment one step must follow the other. Necessarily complicated and time consuming !
Do you think that one man like a Donald Trumplethinskin can circumvent and convince a Nation whose population did not overwhelmingly vote to place this man in our top Administrative position to unilaterally delete our entire National Constitution ? Would that; or could that. start an armed revolt against a usurper? "I" was willing to subject myself many times by oath "to defend the Constitution, and when I resigned my legal positions, to my knowledge I was not relieved of that responsibility; ("to defend the Constitution and laws of the United States, of America"). "I" doubt "I" am alone !
It was this blueprint that placed Trumplethinskin in office, do you think he would discard it after this accomplishment? That alone would de-legitimize his Presidency.
Now let us say a bit of us "Johnny come latelies" American colonists The Constitution in effect in 1785.
When voting rights for "most British Home Owners" did not appear in Britain until 1884 almost 100 years after the US --oops ! And that was due to British citizen revolts. Let's look a tad further African British Citizens and Indian British subjects did not have the vote until 1985 yes, after another 100 years.
You still have "a" House of Lords which seems to have the power to change a House of Commons majority vote from yea to nay, and nay to yea. There is NO blueprint for the structure of your government, However, it appears the rest of Europe has more to say about what occurs in British government than y'all do. "That is a problem"!!! "Correct me" if "I" am wrong!
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