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Edinburger

4,122 posts

48 months

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Monday 8th October 2012 quote quote all
London424 said:
London424 said:
ViperPict said:
London424 said:
ViperPict said:
TheHeretic said:
Edinburger said:
And other than the naysayers on here, there's not been much talk about those matters as yet.
Round and round we go... Well, when your politicians decide to actually start a discussion has already been part of this discussion, in the meantime, many people have tried to broach these things, to very little response.

EU membership
Fiscal policy
Defence policy
Taxation policy
National currency
and so on, and so forth.

All these things, and many more can be found within these threads. All of these things are perfectly valid discussion topics when it comes to a potential independent nation. All of these things we will apparently have to wait for the get go by Alex. When he is ready, THEN we can talk about it, seemingly, as the pro-independence people seem reticent to talk about it in this thread.

It does beg the question... If you do not want to talk about these things on this thread, then what do you want to talk about on this thread?
We go back to the basic issue. You are caught up in the deterministic approach, I am not. We have fundamentally different ways of approaching this but you can't get your head around that and insist that I try and explain all the detail using your restrictive philosophy. How about you use the theory I propose to tell me why independence won't work?
Sure, go for it. Explain away.
I am asking TH to explain why my approach is in error. Are you also suggesting that he should or misinterpretting what I wrote?
I have misunderstood. I was hoping you were going to use your theory to explain why it will work. Not have someone use your theory about why it won't.

Seeing as I don't know your theory can you explain it?
I'm still waiting for this one to be answered.

London424 said:
WhereamI said:
Edinburger said:
WhereamI said:
Edinburger said:
WhereamI said:
simoid said:
Relatively more difficult to travel to England, since they're lubricating the intra-Scotland public transport.
Nothing compared with how it will be post independence with border controls. Not going to happen? Well how do you explain how Scotland will avoid being in Schengen?
Ach, don't worry, there's two years to deal with that wee challenge!
And why is that going to make any difference? Putting your head in the sand and ignoring the difficult questions in the hope that they will magically go away rarely works.
I was being facetious. The campaigns are barely off the ground and I doubt very much that this little nugget has been overlooked. So I fully expect to hear more as and when it's appropriate.
I expect we will, from the No campaign, and from the SNP it will be something that they keep quiet about because they have no answer to it.
Edinburger, when would you like the issues to be addressed? How much time do you think is reasonable to openly discuss the issues before the vote?
And this one from Edinburger.
I thought the clue was in the bit where I said "I was being facetious. The campaigns are barely off the ground and I doubt very much that this little nugget has been overlooked. So I fully expect to hear more as and when it's appropriate."

simoid

11,866 posts

38 months

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Monday 8th October 2012 quote quote all
Edinburger said:
isoimp said:
FREEDOM ???????????

What a bunch of frigging nutters the SNP supporters are . The feeble minded pillocks that support them and their policies have to be free loaders themselves who want us, the ones that pay tax to support them and the lifestyle,the Scottish ? ministers have managed to achieve at our expense.

Free prescriptions : Free university fees : Free Methadone. For fk sake. Wheres it going to end.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/scotland/sc...

Lets get rid of turnip heid ( The Great leader ) and his pile of manure. VIP will understand this as he talks plenty of it consistantly.



Edited by isoimp on Monday 8th October 10:08


Edited by isoimp on Monday 8th October 10:09


Edited by isoimp on Monday 8th October 10:09
WTF is this retarded comment all about? Crawl back under your rock, you utter clown.
It's usually easier to ignore the idiotic comments and have a reasoned debate with those likeminded folks.

Edinburger

4,122 posts

48 months

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Monday 8th October 2012 quote quote all
simoid said:
Edinburger said:
isoimp said:
FREEDOM ???????????

What a bunch of frigging nutters the SNP supporters are . The feeble minded pillocks that support them and their policies have to be free loaders themselves who want us, the ones that pay tax to support them and the lifestyle,the Scottish ? ministers have managed to achieve at our expense.

Free prescriptions : Free university fees : Free Methadone. For fk sake. Wheres it going to end.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/scotland/sc...

Lets get rid of turnip heid ( The Great leader ) and his pile of manure. VIP will understand this as he talks plenty of it consistantly.



Edited by isoimp on Monday 8th October 10:08


Edited by isoimp on Monday 8th October 10:09


Edited by isoimp on Monday 8th October 10:09
WTF is this retarded comment all about? Crawl back under your rock, you utter clown.
It's usually easier to ignore the idiotic comments and have a reasoned debate with those likeminded folks.
Agreed rolleyes

Rollin

2,907 posts

125 months

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Monday 8th October 2012 quote quote all
Appropriate for who, Salmond and you nationalists or the whole of Scotland?

Edinburger

4,122 posts

48 months

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Monday 8th October 2012 quote quote all
Rollin said:
Appropriate for who, Salmond and you nationalists or the whole of Scotland?
Jeez, it's like waiting for a bus. Two retared posts around the same time.
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thinfourth2

28,669 posts

84 months

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Monday 8th October 2012 quote quote all
Edinburger said:
Rollin said:
Appropriate for who, Salmond and you nationalists or the whole of Scotland?
Jeez, it's like waiting for a bus. Two retared posts around the same time.
Well how do you respond to the article that was linked

I'd link to it but you would ignore me as you class me as a paranoid idiot

Edinburger

4,122 posts

48 months

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Monday 8th October 2012 quote quote all
thinfourth2 said:
Edinburger said:
Rollin said:
Appropriate for who, Salmond and you nationalists or the whole of Scotland?
Jeez, it's like waiting for a bus. Two retared posts around the same time.
Well how do you respond to the article that was linked

I'd link to it but you would ignore me as you class me as a paranoid idiot
In the same way I responded to that article yesterday: some good points, a few interesting angles, and some stats that I just don't beleive.

You?

isoimp

252 posts

58 months

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Monday 8th October 2012 quote quote all
Edinburger said:
Rollin said:
Appropriate for who, Salmond and you nationalists or the whole of Scotland?
Jeez, it's like waiting for a bus. Two retared posts around the same time.



I purposely didnt metion you in the same manure sentence above as your contributions so far are not worth a mention,however since you mentioned "retared " posts. This sums up your intellect, which is just a notch lower than your buddy vip and the " Great Leader ".

Who released a murdering terrorist for his own political importance and managed in the process to disuade tourists from the US who bring much needed money to the Capital city and the name you so follishly mixed with a Mcdonalds to give you an sense of importance . you tt !

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/SNP/95942...


Trying to plant a Turnip heid


London424

4,566 posts

55 months

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Monday 8th October 2012 quote quote all
Edinburger said:
I thought the clue was in the bit where I said "I was being facetious. The campaigns are barely off the ground and I doubt very much that this little nugget has been overlooked. So I fully expect to hear more as and when it's appropriate."
I saw that, but then asked what's a reasonable timescale for you? There are less than 2 years to the vote, there are going to be questions where information isn't available and will need time to analyse.

So when do you want information?

madala

4,921 posts

78 months

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Monday 8th October 2012 quote quote all


....say no more.....

Rollin

2,907 posts

125 months

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Tuesday 9th October 2012 quote quote all
Edinburger said:
Rollin said:
Appropriate for who, Salmond and you nationalists or the whole of Scotland?
Jeez, it's like waiting for a bus. Two retared posts around the same time.
I don't see what's retarded by asking why the yes campaign is being so secretive, to the point of going to court,to prevent important information being given to the Scottish people.

If you can't debate the topics and are happy for your government to do the same, then I suggest you leave the thread and leave it to people who can.




Edited by Rollin on Tuesday 9th October 00:23

Edinburger

4,122 posts

48 months

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Tuesday 9th October 2012 quote quote all
isoimp said:
Edinburger said:
Rollin said:
Appropriate for who, Salmond and you nationalists or the whole of Scotland?
Jeez, it's like waiting for a bus. Two retared posts around the same time.



I purposely didnt metion you in the same manure sentence above as your contributions so far are not worth a mention,however since you mentioned "retared " posts. This sums up your intellect, which is just a notch lower than your buddy vip and the " Great Leader ".

Who released a murdering terrorist for his own political importance and managed in the process to disuade tourists from the US who bring much needed money to the Capital city and the name you so follishly mixed with a Mcdonalds to give you an sense of importance . you tt !

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/SNP/95942...


Trying to plant a Turnip heid

Okay, so you're talking about Abdelbaset al-Megrahi. A Scottish statute exists under Scots law which enables the release of any prisoner deemed by medical authorities to have three months or less to live and that's what the then Scottish Secretary of Justice, Kenny MacAskill, followed.

With the benefit of hindsight I agree that his release was proably a mistake. But Mr al-Megrahi isn't the first and certainly won't be the last terminally ill patient to outlive the doctor's expectation.

There's a very different argument around whether he was guilty or a scapegoat.

The rest of your post is just blah, blah, blah...

Edinburger

4,122 posts

48 months

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Tuesday 9th October 2012 quote quote all
London424 said:
Edinburger said:
I thought the clue was in the bit where I said "I was being facetious. The campaigns are barely off the ground and I doubt very much that this little nugget has been overlooked. So I fully expect to hear more as and when it's appropriate."
I saw that, but then asked what's a reasonable timescale for you? There are less than 2 years to the vote, there are going to be questions where information isn't available and will need time to analyse.

So when do you want information?
Okay, I understand. I'd be getting concerned if this information and debate wasn't happening from the end of Q1 2013.

We need to appreciate that 2012 was a very 'British' year what with the Olympics, Jubilee, etc., so it would have been somewhat foolosh to launch the Scottish independence campaign in earnest then. Also, I think we need to appreciate that there is a risk of boring the electorate on this too - not everyone has quite so much interest in it as many of the posters here.

Edinburger

4,122 posts

48 months

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Tuesday 9th October 2012 quote quote all
Rollin said:
Edinburger said:
Rollin said:
Appropriate for who, Salmond and you nationalists or the whole of Scotland?
Jeez, it's like waiting for a bus. Two retared posts around the same time.
I don't see what's retarded by asking why the yes campaign is being so secretive, to the point of going to court,to prevent important information being given to the Scottish people.

If you can't debate the topics and are happy for your government to do the same, then I suggest you leave the thread and leave it to people who can.


Edited by Rollin on Tuesday 9th October 00:23
Is that your question: "why is the yes campaign is being so secretive"?

My view is that the appropriate information will be made public as and when it's appropriate. Now is just too early, as per other post.

BliarOut

57,583 posts

119 months

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Tuesday 9th October 2012 quote quote all
Edinburger said:
Rollin said:
Edinburger said:
Rollin said:
Appropriate for who, Salmond and you nationalists or the whole of Scotland?
Jeez, it's like waiting for a bus. Two retared posts around the same time.
I don't see what's retarded by asking why the yes campaign is being so secretive, to the point of going to court,to prevent important information being given to the Scottish people.

If you can't debate the topics and are happy for your government to do the same, then I suggest you leave the thread and leave it to people who can.


Edited by Rollin on Tuesday 9th October 00:23
Is that your question: "why is the yes campaign is being so secretive"?

My view is that the appropriate information will be made public as and when it's appropriate. Now is just too early, as per other post.
Because there would be sufficient time to fully consider the ramifications if it was made public now?

Edinburger

4,122 posts

48 months

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Tuesday 9th October 2012 quote quote all
BliarOut said:
Because there would be sufficient time to fully consider the ramifications if it was made public now?
No. Because many people would be bored hearing about it constantly for the next two years.

thinfourth2

28,669 posts

84 months

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Tuesday 9th October 2012 quote quote all
Edinburger said:
BliarOut said:
Because there would be sufficient time to fully consider the ramifications if it was made public now?
No. Because many people would be bored hearing about it constantly for the next two years.
So we can expect another 23 months 3 weeks and 6 days of flagging waving and a small article hidden away in the back pages of stamp collectors weekly (welsh languauge edition) stating how an independent Scotland will survive on the last day

AstonZagato

3,969 posts

90 months

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Tuesday 9th October 2012 quote quote all
Edinburger said:
BliarOut said:
Because there would be sufficient time to fully consider the ramifications if it was made public now?
No. Because many people would be bored hearing about it constantly for the next two years.
So why were the Yes campaign so keen on pushing the date back?

thinfourth2

28,669 posts

84 months

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AstonZagato said:
So why were the Yes campaign so keen on pushing the date back?
As they know that they can spend a few years reminding everyone about the evil tories

The referendum which will effect scotland for generations into the future will be fought on evens many generations into the past and I think the anti-tory feelings will be whipped up in the coming years.

Wombat3

6,506 posts

86 months

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Edinburger said:
No. Because many people would be bored hearing about it constantly for the next two years.
Clearly there is much to hide then

Pathetic wkers.
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