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Kemedian Posted Today, 06:27pm
 
QUOTE (JAGZ1876 @ 19th Sep 2019, 05:34pm) *
No i'm not Kem, i merely asked for your thoughts on Swinson's comment.

You make that sound like a bad thing?

You, Swinson and Rennie too, thankfully it's not up to your lot. wink.gif

You could've just admitted you were wrong. I mean, would the Lib Dems need to call a Brexit referendum? wacko.gif

But to vote against holding one was undemocratic. The SNP alone opposed it, exhibiting one heck of a double standard.

As far as forgiveness goes, well, I believe in it even if Jo can't. smile.gif
carmella Posted Today, 05:20pm
  ohmy.gif Surprise, surprise no mention of Proroguing Parliament in these discussions. It has been compulsive viewing for me. thumbup.gif
JAGZ1876 Posted Today, 04:34pm
 
QUOTE (Kemedian @ 19th Sep 2019, 01:43pm) *
You are brazenly using the Leave vote to strengthen your argument for Scottish independence.

And yet, if the SNP had got its way, then the Brexit referendum would not have happened, because the party opposed it.

I hope another indyref never happens


No i'm not Kem, i merely asked for your thoughts on Swinson's comment.

You make that sound like a bad thing?

You, Swinson and Rennie too, thankfully it's not up to your lot. wink.gif
Kemedian Posted Today, 12:43pm
  From the article:

QUOTE
Liberal Democrats therefore remain committed to an in/out referendum the next time a British government signs up for fundamental change in the relationship between the UK and the EU.

Looks to me like the Lib Dems would not have called a referendum themselves, if in the unlikely position of being in government. The position looks to be one of readiness to defend our EU membership were one to be called. And I think that's what they have now done and continue to do.

You are brazenly using the Leave vote to strengthen your argument for Scottish independence. For you, Brexit is a free ride, which you are taking advantage of; your apparent interest in the heart of this debate is very clearly a false pretence.

And yet, if the SNP had got its way, then the Brexit referendum would not have happened, because the party opposed it. See the very first post in this thread.

I hope another indyref never happens, but if one does, I hope SNP policy would, in lieu of a general election, continue to allow for a people's vote on the final deal, which thankfully remains a shared policy of the political alliance opposed to Brexit.
JAGZ1876 Posted Today, 11:43am
  While it's quiet in here at the moment perhaps Kem can give his thoughts on whether Swinson was correct to say that she "does not forgive David Cameron for calling a referendum on the EU"?

Baring in mind she was all for one before.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-politics-4...e-reporting-map

More LibDem double standards? unsure.gif


https://fullfact.org/europe/jo-swinson-eu-referendum-quotes/
carmella Posted Today, 09:30am
 
QUOTE (JAGZ1876 @ 18th Sep 2019, 09:36pm) *
Baby steps, i'll put the kettle on. biggrin.gif

LoL that’s too funny! At least you have my sense of humour😀
JAGZ1876 Posted Y'day, 08:36pm
 
QUOTE (carmella @ 18th Sep 2019, 08:55pm) *
👌👌👌🤓


Baby steps, i'll put the kettle on. biggrin.gif
carmella Posted Y'day, 07:55pm
 
QUOTE (JAGZ1876 @ 18th Sep 2019, 07:50pm) *
Agreed, i'm a passionate Scot and you're a passionate Brit but we have a common ground in our desire to be a republic.


Now we're getting somewhere. wink.gif

👌👌👌🤓
JAGZ1876 Posted Y'day, 07:10pm
 
QUOTE (Kemedian @ 18th Sep 2019, 12:44pm) *
Would you be willing to sacrifice your Party, hypothetically speaking, to force through a no deal indyref, Jagz?

Given that you will avoid answering, let me speculate...

Two national flags. Same disregard for anything that gets in the way of Policy Number 1.


I have no idea what you mean about a "no deal indy" Kem, but i am on record many times as saying that i'm looking forward to voting for a party in a post re independent Scotland that will do what is in the best interests of Scotland without 'independence' being mentioned once in their manifesto.

Thats what separates me (and many others) from you and your fellow British Unionists, country before any party loyalty.

As for Flags?

No idea what you mean.
JAGZ1876 Posted Y'day, 06:50pm
 
QUOTE (carmella @ 18th Sep 2019, 05:59pm) *
Jagz you and me are similar in that you are a passionate Nationalist and I am a passionate Unionist, who also happens to be a republican!


Agreed, i'm a passionate Scot and you're a passionate Brit but we have a common ground in our desire to be a republic.


Now we're getting somewhere. wink.gif
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