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Question:  If the referendum were held now, how would you vote?
YES to independence
NO to independence
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Andy Murray - Tennis Legend

Re: Scottish politics « Reply #3885 on: January 16, 2015, 11:35 PM »
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No, because thats not a troublesome comment! Very Happy
  I was thinking more trouble-making than troublesome. Smile Or to use the vernacular, ****-stirring.
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Re: Scottish politics « Reply #3886 on: January 16, 2015, 11:42 PM »
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  I was thinking more trouble-making than troublesome. Smile Or to use the vernacular, ****-stirring.

That's very bad that you would think that of me.
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Re: Scottish politics « Reply #3887 on: January 16, 2015, 11:47 PM »
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I'm actually looking forward to reading his story - I find him intriguing, he's an astute politician, extremely clever and could wipe the floor with most he comes up against.  I get why people don't like him but I do believe he is led by his love of his country and even his staunchest critics can not argue with what he's done for the Scottish people.  I Think his media image is borne from a fear people have because they know he knows his stuff, proven economist etc. 
As a previous life long labour voter and now SNP party member I think his decision to stand down was the right one, Nicola Sturgeon appeals to a broad cross section of the electorate but I don't think anyone can deny what Salmond has done for this country and I still believe the No vote could turn out to be his finest hour as he masterminds a resurgence of the SNP.  I think his decision to tell his story via the P&J also says a lot about him during the referendum he thanked the P&J, his local paper who reported fairly on the referendum unlike the main stream media across the UK.  I know there is a lot of high level stuff going on just now but life goes on, if it doesn't then the terrorists etc have won.
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Re: Scottish politics « Reply #3888 on: January 17, 2015, 07:03 AM »
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^ Goog post MM! I agree with every word!
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