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> Uk Independence Referendum - Brexit, Yes or No on EU membership
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marydee
post 30th Jan 2016, 08:06pm
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Flam doesn't do answers
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post 30th Jan 2016, 09:07pm
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QUOTE (marydee @ 30th Jan 2016, 08:14pm) *
Flam doesn't do answers


rolleyes.gif don't think i'm qualified to say what a true scot is marydee

rolleyes.gif but I can tell you what a true scot is'nt thumbup.gif




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post 30th Jan 2016, 10:16pm
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Maybe he doesn't wear drawers under his kilt wink.gif


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post 30th Jan 2016, 10:24pm
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post 31st Jan 2016, 12:18am
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QUOTE (marydee @ 30th Jan 2016, 08:14pm) *
Flam doesn't do answers


You're quite right Mary he doesn't, a point i have made to many a GG unionist, but they still stick to the "throw enough mud and some of it is bound to stick" tactic that most of the country now has the good sense to see through.

And most people stop reading a post when "Braveheart", "Nazi" etc appear. yes.gif
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post 31st Jan 2016, 10:22pm
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Nice.

Remember Jagz, in this debate you too are a GG Unionist. laugh.gif
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post 1st Feb 2016, 11:05am
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Kem have you managed to get your head around the fact that a lot (probably most) people who voted for an indy Scotland voted for an indy Scotland within the EU?
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post 1st Feb 2016, 11:58am
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"Should Scotland be an independent country?" was the question.
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post 1st Feb 2016, 12:38pm
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QUOTE (Dykejumper @ 1st Feb 2016, 12:06pm) *
"Should Scotland be an independent country?" was the question.


it wasnt about leaving the EU then.
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post 1st Feb 2016, 02:55pm
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QUOTE (ktv @ 1st Feb 2016, 12:46pm) *
it wasnt about leaving the EU then.

Sturgeon is right about you, when she expresses her concern about people getting potentially confused with two separate campaigns running simultaneously. biggrin.gif

Last time you voted to leave, and that meant leaving the EU as well. Whereas, this time you want to remain, which also means remaining in the UK. Face it, there's a contradiction.
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post 1st Feb 2016, 03:05pm
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QUOTE (Kemedian @ 31st Jan 2016, 10:30pm) *
Remember Jagz, in this debate you too are a GG Unionist. laugh.gif


Not so, i have yet to make my mind up.
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post 1st Feb 2016, 03:11pm
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QUOTE (Kemedian @ 1st Feb 2016, 03:03pm) *
Last time you voted to leave, and that meant leaving the EU as well. Whereas, this time you want to remain, which also means remaining in the UK. Face it, there's a contradiction.


I'm sure ktv will reply to you, but Scotland voting YES in the Indy referendum would not have meant us leaving the EU, and when (if) there is a EU referendum Scotland will still be part of the UK, so no contradiction whatsoever.
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post 1st Feb 2016, 03:39pm
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QUOTE (Kemedian @ 1st Feb 2016, 03:03pm) *
Sturgeon is right about you, when she expresses her concern about people getting potentially confused with two separate campaigns running simultaneously. biggrin.gif

haha your the one getting confused between 2 referendums over 2 years apart...
*hint* theyre not the same!!


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Last time you voted to leave, and that meant leaving the EU as well. Whereas, this time you want to remain, which also means remaining in the UK. Face it, there's a contradiction.


only the deluded ever though Scotland was going to leave the EU if it became independent.
i want to remain in the EU NOT in the UK and remaining in the EU has no bearing on us being part of the UK.

the only contradiction is your train of thought as per smile.gif
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post 1st Feb 2016, 03:46pm
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QUOTE (JAGZ1876 @ 1st Feb 2016, 03:13pm) *
Not so, i have yet to make my mind up.

Back when the question was still should the UK remain, yes or no...

QUOTE (JAGZ1876 @ 24th Jul 2015, 07:45pm) *
As consistent as it gets, i will of course be voting YES yet again. laugh.gif

QUOTE (JAGZ1876 @ 1st Feb 2016, 03:19pm) *
I'm sure ktv will reply to you, but Scotland voting YES in the Indy referendum would not have meant us leaving the EU, and when (if) there is a EU referendum Scotland will still be part of the UK, so no contradiction whatsoever.

Even putting that aspect of the old debate aside, you did appear to recently back the status quo. thumbup.gif #UKinEU
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post 1st Feb 2016, 04:07pm
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QUOTE (ktv @ 1st Feb 2016, 03:47pm) *
remaining in the EU has no bearing on us being part of the UK.

It's because we voted to remain a part of the UK that Scotland is even having this referendum.

This EU ref is a natural progression on from the Indyref. A vote to remain represents a double-lock on the current greater UK status quo, like it or not. Hence the SNP's initial opposition and the Party's subsequent move to propose another Indyref in the event of a Brexit.
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