|infinite zest - 2014-09-20 |
Goat Simulator's gotten really weird.
|sasazuka - 2014-09-20 |
I don't get how 10% is a "very narrow margin". It's not quite a landslide, but it's a comfortable victory. Quebec 1995 was a very narrow margin (just over 1%), this was not.
If you're already misinformed about what the monarchy's actual place in the UK is, it's not likely that math is your strong suit.
|ashtar. - 2014-09-20 |
These stars are for Lee Ann McAdoo and her sweater puppets of liberty.
|bawbag - 2014-09-20 |
Been seeing this a lot on fellow Yes voter FB pages. Getting tired of pointing out to them that it didn't need a conspiracy, rather just the miserable, servile conservative side of the Scottish populace to show up and vote.
Over-55's screwed us harder than any other demographic as they'd been fed 2 years of pension/economic scare stories by the 'Better Together' campaign.
We in the Yes camp grossly under-estimated how scared the older voters could get and now we have such joys as unionist riots on the streets of Glasgow, campaign promises broken within 12hrs of vote count finishing and deeper divisions than before the referendum.
Hope is a cruel and unusual punishment.
Stars for McAdoo madness.
When things don't go your way, it's definitely a conspiracy.
You make a strong case Sir, I'll have to review this Alex Jones evidence.
You and your ungrateful, skirt wearing clan of traitorous haggis-bashers can go fuck a sheep to death. Then probably eat it. Every single Yes voter should have burnt their British passports if they were so into "freeing" Scotland and not being part of the UK. Fucking cowards.
Unicorns are not cowards, they are majestic enigmas that enthrall and inspire. You and your ilk are not fit to be a unicorn's watery stool.
Why can't they just accept a two-state solution? Yes voters get to be one country, No voters get to be another.
Did anyone have the actual logistics worked out if Scotland voted "Yes?" I mean, there's their share of the UK's debt (or the desire to walk away from it), what the currency would be, how the borders would be run, what to do with all the nukes based in Scotland, etc.
Some half-assed vague notions, many of which were ironically dictated by the union they were leaving.
|bawbag - 2014-09-20 |
|SteamPoweredKleenex - 2014-09-20 |
Russia's election observation body claims there was vote rigging? Next thing you'll tell me is that the Mexican Drug Cartels accuse the DEA of enforcing anti-competitive policies and extreme import tariffs.
And that's some dispassionate reporting, there. "Slaves voting to break free from Queenie's clutch, well, in the words of Stalin, 'Those who cast the votes decide nothing. It's those who count the votes that decide everything.'"
Because every vote is rigged that you lose and that you didn't get to run the tallying process, just like every news event is staged to make you look bad and it's all propaganda.
A few lines before that seems to be when her teleprompter breaks down as well.
We would kill each other in short order in a disagreement about anime or Anita Sarkeesian.
Once the old oppressors are discarded the new ones, younger and crueler, can take their places.
|Syd Midnight - 2014-09-22 |
Does anyone ever call out the Infowars crowd on parroting the Kremlin's mouthpiece?
Ah who am I kidding, they'll literally parrot Hitler if it fits their accepted worldview.
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