but of course you will not be able to come up with anything that suggests that Brexit is a better idea than what is already in place
Rob again you're deliberately missing the point, you cannot guarantee that the EU as organisation will remain the same over the next year, 2 years, 5 years or even 10 years. Go to the EU website, look into the documents section and read the 5 presidents report which is a blue print for the future direction of the EU.
The report details many many things for the future direction of the EU which i disagree with, this is not the same organisation that a referendum was held to join in the 1970s, it is not the same organisation which was reorganised and expanded into the EU in the early 1990s which none of us were allowed a vote on whether we wished to join or not.
Your argument about the state of the EU and our current membership of it only holds water if you can guarantee that it will not change, which you cannot do.
Stop disparaging other peoples opinions when your own opinion is predicated on an premise that we voted to leave or remain in an organisation 'as is' when it is proven that it constantly changes and therefore YOU do not know what YOU voted for either.