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    Quote Originally Posted by High-On-Hibs View Post
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    Actually, they went out and voted Tory by voting for him in most cases. They could have helped Labour at UK level by voting SNP.
    Oh dear. You really do struggle with democracy.
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    Many natural labour voters returned to labour for this election I believe, still constitutionally nationalists however. Tories it's clear to see are rounding up the unionist vote . as I said before the yes movement is much bigger than any party.
    Last edited by pacoluna; 09-06-2017 at 02:40 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marinello59 View Post
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    Oh dear. You really do struggle with democracy.
    Better than struggling with intelligence. I'm sure people wouldn't have voted for their local Labour candidate if they knew it was going to land them with a tory and ultimately a tory government at UK level.

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    Quote Originally Posted by High-On-Hibs View Post
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    Better than struggling with intelligence. I'm sure people wouldn't have voted for their local Labour candidate if they knew it was going to land them with a tory and ultimately a tory government at UK level.
    Here we go again, everybody who doesn't agree with you lacks your superior insight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by marinello59 View Post
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    Here we go again, everybody who doesn't agree with you lacks your superior insight.
    You can't call it a lack of agreement. Because they're not getting what they voted for anyway. Or are you suggesting that they voted Labour because they wanted a tory MP and a tory government?

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    Better than struggling with intelligence. I'm sure people wouldn't have voted for their local Labour candidate if they knew it was going to land them with a tory and ultimately a tory government at UK level.
    In some cases, if folk had voted for Labour rather than the SNP, they wouldn't have ended up with a Tory MP. Believe it or not, most folk don't vote tactically though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
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    I don't understand why a referendum vote is something to fight so hard against ... unless of course the Unionists are running scared.

    And then the question would be why?
    We had a referendum vote not even three years ago yet. And it was a comfortable No that won. There's no need for another just because the minority can't accept that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by High-On-Hibs View Post
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    You can't call it a lack of agreement. Because they're not getting what they voted for anyway. Or are you suggesting that they voted Labour because they wanted a tory MP and a tory government?
    Your last sentence there is more than a wee bit silly. This whole democracy thing really is hard for you. If only everybody would vote like you wanted them to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
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    I don't understand why a referendum vote is something to fight so hard against ... unless of course the Unionists are running scared.

    And then the question would be why?
    It's been held. You lost. Suck it up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hibs0666 View Post
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    It's been held. You lost. Suck it up.
    Because democracy is static.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pacoluna View Post
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    Because democracy is static.
    LOL you want a referendum on the back of a Brexit deal for which the negotiations have not even got out the traps. What a hoot!

    We're not all zipped up the back. Your demands have got nothing to do with democracy, and more to do with the devotion of the zealot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hibs0666 View Post
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    LOL you want a referendum on the back of a Brexit deal for which the negotiations have not even got out the traps. What a hoot!

    We're not all zipped up the back. Your demands have got nothing to do with democracy, and more to do with the devotion of the zealot.
    Very constructive in your debating skills I see.

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    I don't understand why a referendum vote is something to fight so hard against ... unless of course the Unionists are running scared.

    And then the question would be why?


    because some think that the 45% that voted yes should just walk away, leave it...that will not happen

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    Quote Originally Posted by cabbageandribs1875 View Post
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    because some think that the 45% that voted yes should just walk away, leave it...that will not happen
    Meanwhile, we have the Orange Order holding the balance of power in Westminster and are sporadically grouped in local councils in Scotland.

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