I think Sam has put the issue out there perfectly, Harper has accurate points too.
When a sort of intellectual snobbery answer is given about grammar (reminds me of another poster) instead of answering the question Sam has posed. G12 has no answer.
Why are people so frightened to stand on their own two feet? Has the unionist media stopped clear thinking, that somehow we need England or we will be a sad empty useless ruined country?
Why are there so many cowards in our society that will not fight for the right to self determination?
Where are all the Scots socialists, who say they love Scotland but when the party say vote for Tony or Gordon, Scotland comes second?
I must point out, when I suggest fighting I do not under any circumstances mean in a physical way, like bombing innocents to gain a political system.
It is easy to criticize, much harder to do something about it.
G12 is not able to give good reasons to show why we should stay a part of England (that is what it is) as the rubbish spouted by westminster is seen through. They call us British, collectively but all the power, money influence etc., is in the south east.
It may seem that I don't like the English but that is not the case, I prefer to have my country as an independent country and part of the UK just as we are part of the EU.
I understand G12 and others dislike of Mr Salmond, they fear him you see, they are craven. He is a politician of stature, with his faults, but he is passionate about our country and most importantly, he is accurate. I have never seen him bested in a discussion, so bring on Mr Cameron or anyone else to debate with him, I look forward to seeing it, however I suspect it may be a bit like G12 not answering Sam.
Don't disagree with what you have to say, Larry but that was not the question.
Cameron has made his postion clear. Salmond is said to be cooling on the idea of calling a referendum, (in fact further than that, has stated he will not hold a referendum prior to the election) as promised to the people of Scotland. This being the case, where is the strategy, the plan, to take this forward. What happens now to the vision for Scottish Independence?
... And please, let's not turn this into a p*ssing competetion, guys. We can express passionate views withoot slagging people off?
(Btw, G12's comment on grammar was a wee joke at my deliberate botch of fulfilling a challenge to use two phrases in 24 hours in one sentence. I knew it, he knew it - there was no dig intended)