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LOL!!! Looking at your graph only supports the theory that wisdom
comes with age and experience.....
It virtually proves that 'once bitten twice shy' as the older one gets
the less the blatant lies are believed, having been there and done that!
originally posted by: eletheia
So when people say I hate Westminister or want to be free of it, do they
actually mean the currently democratically voted in government ??
originally posted by: midicon
Unfortunately it is the exact opposite of what you say. The no campaign has played upon the fears of the older generation and we always knew they would vote no. The older generation happily believe lies and political spin. They grew up in a different time before the advent of the internet and digital age...the young are now more savvy than they ever were. I think you must have some sort of agenda although god knows what that might be. I have spent the past weeks talking to pensioners and asking how they would vote and why. They are a fearful bunch and have selfishly sold out the young without a second thought.
“That this House welcomes the result of the Scottish independence referendum and the decision of the people of Scotland to remain part of the United Kingdom; recognises that people across Scotland voted for a Union based on the pooling and sharing of resources and for the continuation of devolution inside the United Kingdom; notes the statement by the Prime Minister, Deputy Prime Minister and Leader of the Opposition regarding the guarantee of and timetable for further devolution to Scotland; calls on the Government to lay before Parliament a Command Paper including the proposals of all three UK political parties by 30th October and to consult widely with the Scottish people, civic Scotland and the Scottish Parliament on these proposals; further calls on the Government to publish heads of agreement by the end of November and draft clauses for the new Scotland Bill by the end of January 2015."
In that regard, I think we have common ground! I have to say, despite your obvious disappointment and earlier comments