Walking Back Brexit

Rush Limbaugh: John Kerry plans to overturn Brexit.

At the Aspen Ideas Festival, Kerry “was asked if Britain’s decision could be ‘walked back,’ and if so, how. Kerry responded: ‘I think there are a number of ways. I don’t, as secretary of state, want to throw them out today. I think that would be a mistake. But there are a number of ways.'”

They are thinking about what they can do to reverse that vote and Kerry has admitted it.

RUSH: John Kerry stepped in it. This guy, these people are so arrogant, people like the haughty John Kerry and the rest are so arrogant. They have no problem publicly admitting that they’re gonna try to walk it back…

Now, as Mr. Bromund writes: “Let’s be clear about this. The only mistake Kerry made was that, he, as an American official, announced in public that he’s eagerly plotting ways to overturn the result of a democratic referendum held by a close ally of the United States.”

Now some people might say, “Well that’s really dangerous.” It is, of course, but it’s also foolish. But I just think it shows the arrogance of these people.

And who better to do it than Tony Blair?

Tony Blair hints at role as Brexit negotiator in EU talks that will require ‘serious statesmanship’

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6 Responses to Walking Back Brexit

  1. Harleyrider1978 says:

    Sounds like public hangings are in order both sides of the pond!

  2. waltc says:

    Over at Velvet Glove there’s a transcript of a House of Commons debate about setting alcohol guidelines .( Apparently some of the Guiders are also proposing a “no safe level.”) Scroll down to a long riff by a Byron Davies that lauds the importance of pub society for mental and physical health. (It begins at “The Oxford University and CAMRA-instigated report, “Friends on Tap” acknowledges the benefits of pubs to wellbeing. By telling people there is no safe level of drinking, we could be denying millions the positive social effects of going to the pub and the positive effects on the community…” ) And then wonder why no one considers that the smoking ban spawned by the “no safe level ” of ets , which denied millions of smokers those positive effects –and caused thousands of pubs to close, depriving even those beloved nonsmokers of a pub to go to– was such a good idea.

  3. garyk30 says:

    Kerry is a fine example of the ‘smirking class’ that think themselves morally and intellectually superior to the ‘working class’.

  4. Clicky says:

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