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Scotland is more in favor of the EU than England. The only good thing about Scottish Independence would be that England would never have to deal with those unpatriotic lefties ever again.
Even more disturbing is them not letting Scottish servicemen vote if they serve outside Scotland.
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The Scottish Play

Nathan223 Wrote: Sep 17, 2014 4:35 PM
You mean, the desire of less than half of its voters to destroy a country in order to adopt socialist policies?
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A Terrible Polling Day For Democrats

Nathan223 Wrote: Sep 17, 2014 4:33 PM
Well, they're not running now. Now it's whatever the next foreign policy nutcases are.
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A Terrible Polling Day For Democrats

Nathan223 Wrote: Sep 17, 2014 3:56 PM
The two percent who think he is going too tough on ISIS are the former supporters of Ron Paul and Dennis Kucinich.
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The Scottish Play

Nathan223 Wrote: Sep 17, 2014 3:29 PM
Finally, a more sensible column on the Scottish Independence Referendum tomorrow. I was sick and tired of the ignorant rantings about Scotland rejecting England's liberals, which would be like an Englishman saying a California independence referendum was about rejecting Obama. To show how boneheaded and short-sighted even the advocates of independence feel independence is: The Queen said something to the effect of "be thoughtful when you vote on Thursday." The response from Nationalists? That she was getting involved in politics by supporting the "no" side! Apparently, being thoughtful means you oppose Scottish Independence, according to SNP goons.
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What Would Braveheart Do?

Nathan223 Wrote: Sep 16, 2014 4:18 PM
There's also a big difference between a few illegal immigrants sneaking through on occasion and totally giving up on the idea of borders at all. I grow weary of any argument in favor of something that begins with "well, we can't control people doing it, so let's let them do it anyway." You can defend literally anything with that, including the most egregious crimes imaginable.
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What Would Braveheart Do?

Nathan223 Wrote: Sep 16, 2014 4:13 PM
I've followed the campaign with keen interests, yes.
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What Would Braveheart Do?

Nathan223 Wrote: Sep 16, 2014 4:10 PM
1) The "locals" haven't voted yet, and the Union is still in the lead in most polls. 2) Typical liberal claptrap. All of the sudden one is some kind of fascist for having the audacity that they believe some non-liberal proposition is actually true and they are willing to actually act upon it. On the contrary, a town gets together and democratically decides to put up a Christmas decoration and they are evil fascists for not respecting some minority's "right" to "freedom" of religon. Which is it? Democracy wins, regardless of right or wrong, or should we do what's right regardless of popular whim? For the liberal, the answer is always whichever gets them their way.
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What Would Braveheart Do?

Nathan223 Wrote: Sep 16, 2014 4:05 PM
"the natural resources and natural wealth of the world belongs to all human beings." What kind of moronic claptrap is this?
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What Would Braveheart Do?

Nathan223 Wrote: Sep 16, 2014 2:10 PM
That is literally the exact opposite of everything the SNP and their clown-leader Salmond wants to do. They want to turn Scotland into a Socialist cesspool, worse than Scandinavia if such were possible.
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