I’m Voting out.
After considering all the arguments I feel that an out vote is the way forward for the UK, but more importantly for Wales.
I cannot vote for the continued membership of an organisation that is itself steeped in greed and corruption.
For me, a socialist, when I look at so called socialists like the Kinnocks who have embraced the corrupt culture of the EU and used every facet of it to their own ends, it makes me physically sick.
The cost of pampering the MEP’s is staggering and a huge waste, so once again I cannot support their existence.
Now here’s the big one, the bloody Tories, my father in law a life long union man explains them to a tee,
“Tomorrow (Thursday) I am asked to vote in a referendum.
Who the hell do I vote for?
After 3/4 months I am still confused, trying to find a nugget of truth and honesty amongst the bickering and mud slinging of a campaign hi-jacked by the Tory party.
For the first time in my life, I can see myself voting to back one set of Tories, who are squabbling like a pair of ferrets in a sack. This is not because I believe Cameron and Osborne have been any more honest than Johnson and Gove (and Farage)…….I wouldn’t trust any of them as far as I can throw them.
As a life long Union member I am inclined to believe that the only voice of reason has come from Jeremy Corbyn.
I, for one, will vote to remain in the EU as I believe Wales is better in than out”.
Every word in this statement describes my feelings exactly and could almost sway my decision, other factors don’t help.
Take the disgusting leech, MP David Jones, he’s jumped onto the band wagon that is the out campaign because to stick with the Cameron bus holds no future cabinet position for him, remembering his ministerial position being taken away from him because of his disgraceful behaviour during his short tenure as Welsh Secretary.
Jones has jumped into bed with Boris, Michael and Ian because he knows that is the only way he will get the chance of a ministerial position again.
So for that reason I could easily vote In, but won’t, life will deal with the likes of Jones sooner or later.
I am voting out for the reasons above but also because I fear for the NHS, for the level of immigration, for the future of my children and their children alike, I can see very few positives for them if we stay in Europe.