I've never voted Tory and was a passionate remainer but for the first time I'm considering it. I was a socialist when I was younger but my views have changed, I believe the worst thing that could happen to the most vulnerable people in this country is Jeremy Corbyn becoming prime minister because he'd preside over economic disaster. Yes the rich would become poorer but so would the poor. I am still a card-carrying lib dem supporter but the irony of the liberal DEMOCRATS trying to ignore a democratic vote on membership of the EU is extraordinary. I loved the orange book liberals (Vince Cable, Nick Clegg, Chris Huhne, etc.) but they've nearly all gone now and cockends like Tim Farron on the left of the party have taken over, so there's really very little choice as far as I'm concerned.
As I said on another thread, the worst thing, in my opinion, that could happen to this country, the thing that could most endanger the ability for me to look after and protect my family and provide the best possible life for my loved ones is a labour government lead by Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnel, and my vote will reflect that view. If that makes me a c*nt, then guilty as charged.
They are not ignoring any vote. Do the 48% who voted Remain deserve any representation in parliament. The Lib Dems positions is the that full negotiated deal is presented to the people. How is that not democratic. The referendum caused the triggering of Article 50. There is no further inferences that can justifiably be drawn from the referendum result. A referendum is probably the most democratic resolution to the form that Brexit will take and whether May's deal passes muster. This general election result cannot be used for that as the 2 parties that under any possible FPTP scenario will win the vast majority of seats have articulated and voted for virtually identical provisions.
Corbyn will not win a majority. No one will accept a coalition deal with Corbyn as PM. He will not run the country. So you are voting for your MP far more that a party. The vast majority of MPs voted no confidence in Corbyn. You could vote for one of them safely. Most of your favourite Lib Dems are standing again, so you can vote for them in good conscience. In many ways, the national picture is so predictable that you should vote for the best person for your constituency. I would struggle to make any sort of case that would the Tory.
If you vote Tory, you are supporting a hard Brexit gamble with no contingency plan. You are supporting the decimation of services, hitting the most needy and vulnerable. You are supporting an attack on the very fabric of the country, and offer tacit support to a xenophobic agenda. I refer you to my earlier answer about cuntiness.