posted on Sep, 20 2014 @ 05:34 PM
a reply to: grainofsand
No, of course they're not representative of everyone who voted no, but I am getting sick to the back teeth of hearing about the nefarious, selfish
ways of the yes voters. The truth of the matter is the pricks in George Square (and I'm in complete agreement with you here) are in the No camp. Can
you imagine if they'd lost??
My point was that if it had been the other way round, this would have been all over the place with people claiming this was just typical of the Yes
This was never, never an anti-English vote, it was an anti-Westminister vote. Somehow us voting for Scotland means that we must be against England (or
Wales or NI). That isn't true, and I think a lot of people have been hurt by this as if the Scots just wanted to turn their backs and dance away,
leaving the rest of you to rot.
I'm sorry it seems like this, and if I stand in your shoes for a minute then I might feel like that too. In fact, I'm pretty sure I would feel that.
The bottom line is that we all agree that Westminister doesn't benefit Britain. I hope this referendum has fired up England, Wales, NI to demand
better for their families too. None of us deserve the crap that Westminister spews out, none of us. this was just our way of saying 'enough!'. I
genuinely hope we can all seize this opportunity for change, and run with it.