Pushing for independence and for further powers is all to do with running Scotland according to the principles the majority of the population adhere to,
I'm confident the referendum will show that to be untrue.
Most Scots couldn't name an MSP if they had a week to think about it.
I find it incredible to imagine anyone not taking note of the investment of trust in the SNP after their overwhelming victory in the last election.
It clearly had less to do with their stated aim of campaigning for independence and offering a referendum than it it had to do with their good show on keeping the shop tidy during the previous term.
Scotland has long been socialist, and after New Labour and their Scottish counterparts the SNP were the only option if you were a Scotland resident wanting true socialism.
I agree we ought to have more questions being asked on the forthcoming ballot, and it is reasonable that disbandment of the Scottish Parliament could have been an option.
Let us not pretend that people are voting against independence because they don't want socialism though.
I strongly disagree that most Scots are as ignorant as you suggest. I reckon the people who don't know their MSPs would be unlikely to know their MPs or MEPs. Nothing to do with the Scottish Government, just ignorance.
I fully support 16 year olds voting too. A disproportionate number of laddies going into the armed forces and getting blown up for the UK are Scots.
Why the hell should they be disenfranchised?
The doctor diagnosed me with hereditary diarrhoea. I can't understand, I wear a kilt.