posted on Jan, 31 2012 @ 10:00 AM
reply to post by ProRipp
I don't even know where to begin with your contribution. It's hardly surprising that even older, conservative Scots are now recoiling in horror at
the thought of continued union with England, such is the undiluted vitriol from south of the border, much like yours in fact.
Mr Cameron has no say in this. He's English, he represents an English seat in the lower house in the London parliament. What the Scots choose to vote
for is entirely up to them, there's nothing whatever he can do about it. And that's the way it should be. People who wish independence have to be
left to mull it over themselves.
And as the polls this week say, all this |English interference in recent weeks has merely strengthened the hand of the nationalists. There's now a
slim majority for independence.
And like him or not, the newly released from jail Scottish socialist leader Tommy Sheridan commands MASSIVE support in the populous west of Scotland,
and even further afield. He wants independence too.
So apart from ramming a bill through the London parliament to abolish the Scottish parliament, of course ... in which case there'll be blood in the
streets ... there's nothing whatever Cameron can do about the question or questions or timing.