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SNP has done very well in Scotland !

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I'm so glad after 20 odd years of voting for them the SNP are coming good :) Go Alex.... maxmix
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7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
I'm so glad after 20 odd years of voting for them the SNP are coming good :)

Go Alex....

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#1
couldn't agree more. They gave labour a right good tanking up here it's just a pity their superior share of the vote didn't reflect in the amount of seats.
But after a fairly succesful time in charge and this historic victory then I've never been more hopeful of independence. A great showing in the next general election would surely mean that whoever is in power at westminster would be forced to offer a referendum.
#2
got very close in fife only 0.2% of a difference in votes behind Labour Roll on General election :-D
#3
Are the SNP just a Scottish version of the BNP?
#4
pugw$sh
Are the SNP just a Scottish version of the BNP?


no... lol

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scottish_National_Party

"Policy platform
The SNP's policy base is, by and large, in the mainstream European social democratic mould. For example, among its policies are a commitment to unilateral nuclear disarmament, progressive personal taxation and the eradication of poverty, free state education including support grants for higher education students and a pay increase for nurses. It is also committed to an independent Scotland being a full member state of the European Union, to the country joining the single European currency at the appropriate exchange rate and is against membership of NATO.

Contrary to the expectations of many outside the party, the SNP is not expressly republican and its general view is that this is an issue secondary to that of Scottish independence. Many SNP members are republicans though, and both the party student and youth wings are expressly so.

The SNP is committed to maintaining an independent Scotland within the Commonwealth of Nations."

Thank you Wikipaedia Gods :)
#5
pugw$sh
Are the SNP just a Scottish version of the BNP?


couldn't be any more different but the main point is that the snp arent a racist facist party.
#6
SNP would deffo split if we ever gained independence....
banned#7
ants97
couldn't be any more different but the main point is that the snp arent a racist facist party.


So they are not anglophobic then. :whistling:
#8
ants97
couldn't be any more different but the main point is that the snp arent a racist facist party.


Having worked in North East Scotland for several years I'll take issue with the racist comment! I felt as welcome as an immigrant at a BNP rally.:oops:
#9
guv
So they are not anglophobic then. :whistling:


No, the the snp are far from being anti english.
#10
I'm not Scottish so this isn't my argument, but I don't see a problem with a country wishing to be independent of the controlling powers within London.
#11
pugw$sh
Having worked in North East Scotland for several years I'll take issue with the racist comment! I felt as welcome as an immigrant at a BNP rally.:oops:


unless it was alex salmond or nicola sturgeon that made you feel unwelcome then I fail to see what that has to do with the snp.
#12
I'm just bored and thinking aloud! Ignore me.
#13
i think we deserve independance if we want it but im not sure if it would be the best thing for the country, would need to read i nto it more either way it wont be for another few years and i plan to be out of this country by then
#14
I think if Scottish people wish to have independence, they really should learn how to spell it first....
#15
pugw$sh
I'm just bored and thinking aloud! Ignore me.


No, you have a valid opinion and its interesting to hear your thoughts.

.... And my three yr old loves your avi :)
#16
grex9101
I think if Scottish people wish to have independence, they really should learn how to spell it first....


one typo, sorry but as i said i dont plan on living here when it finally comes around
#17
micoo
one typo, sorry but as i said i dont plan on living here when it finally comes around


Wasn't a dig at you, rather a general observation... :thumbsup:
#18
grex9101
Wasn't a dig at you, rather a general observation... :thumbsup:


ye i know sorry if it seemed i was being a tool :oops:
1 Like #19
micoo
ye i know sorry if it seemed i was being a tool :oops:


Don't worry bout it :thumbsup:

So why are you so desperate to leave Scotland, and for where?
1 Like #20
ClarityofMind
No, you have a valid opinion and its interesting to hear your thoughts.

.... And my three yr old loves your avi :)


Unfortunately for me, my little un thinks I look like Shrek.:x
#21
pugw$sh
Unfortunately for me, my little un thinks I look like Shrek.:x


You do!!

Oh, you mean your avi isn't a photo????

:-D
#22
ClarityofMind
You do!!

Oh, you mean your avi isn't a photo????

:-D


I actually look like this.
http://www.randomjottings.co.uk/image/pugwash.gif
#23
grex9101
I think if Scottish people wish to have independence, they really should learn how to spell it first....


damit. You made me snort coffee :-D
#24
pugw$sh
I actually look like this.
http://www.randomjottings.co.uk/image/pugwash.gif


Captain Pugwash!!

Loved them when I was little. Can you believe they got away with that??
#25
grex9101
Don't worry bout it :thumbsup:

So why are you so desperate to leave Scotland, and for where?


well the line of work im looking to get into - banking, im studying finace at dundee uni (top of my class might i add :p), much better opportunities in the states.

and i sometimes wish i had grown up in the US, better opportunites sports wise etc, and when i come to having kids i want them to have the opportunities i wish i had had
banned#26
ants97
No, the the snp are far from being anti english.


So it's the anti SNP mob that all wear the Argentina shirts then?:whistling:
#27
ClarityofMind
damit. You made me snort coffee :-D


We really need to stop meeting like this :-D

micoo
well the line of work im looking to get into - banking, im studying finace at dundee uni (top of my class might i add :p), much better opportunities in the states.

and i sometimes wish i had grown up in the US, better opportunites sports wise etc, and when i come to having kids i want them to have the opportunities i wish i had had


It's a pity, Scotland really is a wonderful country - you may come to realise that in later life. Good luck whatever you choose to do :thumbsup:
#28
micoo
well the line of work im looking to get into - banking, im studying finace at dundee uni (top of my class might i add :p), much better opportunities in the states.

and i sometimes wish i had grown up in the US, better opportunites sports wise etc, and when i come to having kids i want them to have the opportunities i wish i had had


My husband is American, our kids have dual citizenship. Not sure I'd agree there are better opportunities in The US. For instance, poverty there is on a way worse level than here. I've made sure our kids have been brought up as Brits.
#29
guv
So it's the anti SNP mob that all wear the Argentina shirts then?:whistling:


Que?
1 Like #30
grex9101
We really need to stop meeting like this :-D



:thumbsup:


Heck no, I enjoy it so much :giggle:
#31
ClarityofMind
My husband is American, our kids have dual citizenship. Not sure I'd agree there are better opportunities in The US. For instance, poverty there is on a way worse level than here. I've made sure our kids have been brought up as Brits.


fair enough but sporting oportunites overt heir at school are much greater i wish i ahd had those kind of opportunities at skl. i love basketball but had no real opportunities to start playing seriously till i got to uni, different story over there
#32
micoo
fair enough but sporting oportunites overt heir at school are much greater i wish i ahd had those kind of opportunities at skl. i love basketball but had no real opportunities to start playing seriously till i got to uni, different story over there


Yes the whole scholarship thing is cool but they have to maintain a grade average to stay on in sporting areas.

Also, education there is SO expensive generally.

My hubby's little brother is studying criminology at college level, it's wayyy more expensive than here.
#33
ClarityofMind
Yes the whole scholarship thing is cool but they have to maintain a grade average to stay on in sporting areas.

Also, education there is SO expensive generally.

My hubby's little brother is studying criminology at college level, it's wayyy more expensive than here.


i would make sure they kept their grades up lol

anyway im 18 so this is a long way in the future for me so i will leave the decision to a later date
#34
micoo
i would make sure they kept their grades up lol

anyway im 18 so this is a long way in the future for me so i will leave the decision to a later date


good luck with whatever you do x x x
#35
ClarityofMind
good luck with whatever you do x x x


cheers

ive got plenty of hukd'ing left in me untill then though so its all good
#36
guv
So it's the anti SNP mob that all wear the Argentina shirts then?:whistling:


eh I think thats the Argentinians. I can't remember ever having seen Nicola Sturgeon in the blue and white stripes:?

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