Why we voted leave.

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Wednesday, 9 September 2020

Sometimes Things Can Be Uplifting.

 Here's One Of Them!




Not the photograph above but that, too, is for me uplifting and a tribute to Mrs. OR's gardening talents. Add that her culinary skills are as her gardening ones and you get the reasons for my title for this post. 

Then, despite the chaos of covid 19 and its weaponising by the usual suspects, we must hold on to the referendum victor. The December rout of the left. Plus the remainers' devious and treacherous years they occupied our, yes our Parliament for far too long.

So in amongst these "sometimes", I am now able to count a comment left on my last post. One that was one more, for me, a "sometime". A small but important reference to our PM's determination to set us free from that ghastly bunch across the English Channel! Covid 19 notwithstanding! The weather's perking up for one last bit of summer as well!


2 comments:

  1. What a wonderful garden, England at its very best. Please convey my sincere compliments to Mrs O R. Not long now O R it's only a matter of days until the EU really understand that we are serious in our intention to be free. I would say, however, I am truly disappointed to hear dissenting voices from the Conservative back benches but I doubt if they will be able to make any real difference.

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  2. Thank you Anon. Those dissenting voices are nauseating since they own their well paid sinecures to the PM's brilliance last December. Against huge odds he read the Public's powerful majority for the said freedom.

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