At least some among us can get away from the Teflons and the machinations, backstabbing, mediocrity, self-serving, lack of hope .... etc etc etc
On that last one it did strike me that, for a while at least, the one thing the Blair government did was provide some hope. This may seem small but it is far more than, more or less, any other one has done.
But is this really worth considering?
"Domestic political chaos may be price worth paying if it stops Brexit"
And for good measure ...
And I can understand this. More or less every Leaver and Tory is now in my ignore list. Funnily enough, not one of them is there because they're a Teflon or a Brexiteer. When a post hits a nerve there they are clustered in a small group saying I don't want to see them. The main reason they're there is that there is little point engaging with them. And when I see other posters trying to reason and debate I see I made the right choice. So ignoring them and going a completely different way has not guaranteed me meeting opposing views but the tone and themes are very different, a breath of fresh air and very much more reasoned though still as flawed as mine are.
I think I have come to the conclusion that maybe the chaos might be the price we have to pay to get back to sanity and the break up of the UK is the only forward for Ireland and Scotland. I'm not sure about the Welsh as the Telflons and ru may be too much of a draw for them to be able to move into tomorrow.