Tod Stiles and Buz Murdock and Linc Case.
abt, KAM, Agent Cooper: Too bad Margaret Thatcher is no longer around. She would straighten this out and, I believe, be in favor of Brexit. Here's my favorite Margaret Thatcher sequence of Question Time when she was leaving the government. Pay attention. A guy makes the contention that the income gap between rich and poor has widened during her tenure. She defends herself by saying the income of BOTH the rich AND the poor has risen while she was their leader. But she is just so quick (I loved her) that she picks up on his real intention which is just another go at the constant drumbeat of the Left, which is to play upon the worst inclinations of people, their envy and resentment, to gain power. Another guy tells her he hates her polices and she says she hates him right back and they all laugh about that. But then she goes back to the first guy, thinking she has found a teachable moment, and puts her fingers in the air and shows that the Left would rather the poor stay poor (with both fingers in the lower position) rather than that there's any chance that the wealthy get wealthier (with both fingers higher but with a larger separation between them.) The Left completely ignores that a county's wealth is largely created by the innovations and input of educated people; they would rather allege that wealthy people have stolen their money (from the poor) or that they just got lucky, etc., but don't deserve their wealth. So, Margaret holds her fingers in the air and illustrates that the Left is so petty that they begrudge the wealthy any of their wealth and would rather the poor make less money than see the wealthy make ANY more money. She points out the absurdity of their position. This video is just so much fun, because clearly she is very comfortable in her position as a leader and her supporters are so enthusiastic with her. She was quite the role model.
abt, KAM, Agent Cooper: One thing about Brexit that worries me. If Scotland and Ireland stay in the EU and are forced to take more Muslim "refugees," the "refugees" will, then, of course, try to sneak into England, so the borders between England and Scotland and Ireland will then become a battleground.
Don't Dream It's Over