You're saying it like a one line catch phrase was the depth of their whole campaign, and not just something one guy said. You have to remember this was a year long campaign, you'd think something other than saying it's just the right thing to do because if you don't you're "racist".
unnamednewbie13 wrote:If a proposal isn't well fleshed-out or a Bad Idea, opposition should at the very least articulate why with the same energy as they output their one-line catchphrase.
But that's just like, my opinion man.
The AEC even sent out a pamphlet with 5 pages of each sides arguments side by side, every household got it. Perfect opportunity to make a non emotional argument, and it was a flop. The no camp presented arguments about what the repercussions would be if it didn't work, the uncertainty of what it would entail etc. It was just I'd you don't know vote no.
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