I’m not suggesting you do that David. We are all entitled to our beliefs and opinions. What I am saddened by is the way in which one side is constantly trying to shout down the other side, it seems, just for the sake of doing so. Some of the comments in various media outlets are disgusting and mainly directed to the leavers although some of them give back as good as they get but in the end all it does is upset people and cause a lot of bad feeling which we could well do without.
It is right that both sides of the argument are heard and taken on board, after all eveyone has to live with the final outcome, whether in UK or mainland Europe.
The thing is, no-one really knows how the UK will fare after Brexit and although we should be aware of the financial as well as social pitfalls we should not be held back by squabbling and disruptive factions. Many predictions by expert analysts have been found to be untrue in the past so I can understand the sceptics viewpoint, Unfortunately, we are not going to get anything like utopia any more than if we stayed in. The EU seem to be incapable of the reform that is vital to keep it going.
I respect you have your views and commend you for being steadfast in your beliefs but not everyone thinks like you so we just have to hope that sense prevails and it all turns out in an acceptable way. No-one really wants a hard Brexit but something that works for the majority has to be the goal.