Let me construct an analogy for you.
You're travelling along a motorway in a car, and a faction say "we don't like this car". You hold a narrow vote, and the result is a narrow win for the get rid of the car faction.
I mean, everyone wants a better car, right?
So, what do you do next? The problem is that the terms of the vote were unclear.
You might think that the vote would result in:
- Stopping at the next service station and having the car cleaned and serviced.
- Going to a garage and trading the car in for this years model.
- Looking around for a different model of car.
- Giving up on driving a car and calling a taxi instead.
- Getting rid of the car and using an alternative souce of transport such as a bus, or train, or plane, or bicycle.
So, after Brexit, what would our government and so-called leaders have us do?
It appears that they're hell bent on us all flinging ourselves out of the car and hitting the motorway tarmac at 70mph.