posted on Nov, 11 2016 @ 07:10 PM
a reply to: DISRAELI
thanks, i thought that was what it was about, however, i'm old school ...... and old LOL. I remember the times, back in the 70's when all it took
was a "show of hands" to enable strike action in the UK workforce, the MAJORITY of hands won the vote and, because it was a nice day, too warm to be
inside a factory, the "brothers" would vote to strike.
In the 70's i was still an apprentice so was never directly involved in strike action but saw the sheeple effect of the show of hands, when some hands
would rise more slowly than others after they had taken a look around to see what was popular.
Now, we have just had a referendum, i know MP's represent their constituents and can understand why they MAY vote against Brexit if "Theresa May" does
not get her way in the Supreme Court. However ..... they have been mandated, through the referendum, to get out of Europe (EEC) ...... is it not
dangerous to block that path because your constituents (minority) voted against?
Rock and a hard place i suppose, glad i'm not a politician
ETA: Back in the 70's ..... the term "Brothers" was a reference to being a union member (certainly in a male only work environment) in the
edit on 2016-11-11T19:15:37-06:002016Fri, 11 Nov 2016 19:15:37 -0600bFriday1511America/Chicago167 by corblimeyguvnor because: brothers