Britain has voted to leave the European Union, and, well, some people have regrets. That happens when your economy goes in the tank overnight, and you're looking at the prospect of losing the last vestiges of your once vast empire...
“I think there have been a lot of reluctant Brexiters around, people who voted leave thinking it wouldn’t happen but they’d be able to vent and to tell all their friends at dinner parties they’d done it,” said one Tory minister.
“He thought what all those reluctant Brexiters thought: it would be a vote for remain, he would be seen as having stood up for a principle.”Welp. Those people who voted "on principle?" Well... this is what they're saying less than 24 hours after voting to leave:
(Of course, many of those people who voted to leave might not have even known what the E.U. was.)Been hearing people like this all day, and they're making me just more angry pic.twitter.com/NW9sfH3XWd— Sunny Hundal (@sunny_hundal) June 24, 2016
It's not a great sign when mere hours after declaring victory, the leaders behind the Brexit movement are suddenly, well, backtracking on their promises:
and looking horrifically depressed:WATCH: @Nigel_Farage tells @susannareid100 it was a 'mistake' for Leave to claim there'd be £350M a week for NHShttps://t.co/JNkl5k8IlK— Good Morning Britain (@GMB) June 24, 2016
|These were the WINNERS!!!!!!|
(Just something to keep in mind in case a big vote is coming up and you want to make some principled stand instead of doing what's best for your country.)