THE DON’T KNOWS SAY THEY'RE MAKING AN IMPORTANT CONTRIBUTION TO THIRD PARTY POLITICS
Supporters in the ‘don't know’ camp have defended their position stating they're making a valuable contribution to the debate and have pointed to the importance of third party politics.
"I've been umming and aahing for weeks," admits ditzy airhead Sheila, but now I've firmly come down in favour of don't know as they provide a refreshing alternative to the traditional referendum choices of in or out."
“Brexit and Remain have been going at it hammer and tongs for the last few months. What I’m looking for is a safer position, somewhere I can feel comfortable being entirely passive and not feeling guilty about being unable to make a grown up decision.”
Self-important Professor of Political History, Richard Ringpiece said, “The Country is made all the stronger when there is an alternative to the two party system we see dominating so much of our political history.”
“The EU debate has been lacking an alternative to the big two so well done to the ‘don’t knows’ for sticking to their guns and providing some refuge to those incapable of making a choice.”
“They’ve had their critics along the way but even a group of people who can’t make a decision or haven’t got a f&*%ing clue what’s going on would probably have been a better coalition option than the Lib Dems in 2010.”