Anonymous said: Why does Rosie McKerron, daughter of Ian Mckerron who is employed by YesScotland think is it is compatible with her career aspirations to work for the Cabinet office at the centre of the Westminster establishment and still support YesScotland????
I can imagine that Better Together might make this sound hypocritical but remember that Scotland will need experienced people. It’s like the SNP MPs in London, they are effectively kamikaze-ing their jobs with a Yes vote but they are doing it for their country and they’ll be able to return and continue their careers after independence.
Anonymous said: I overheard two English classmates mumbling their grievances about Scottish independence, and one of their quips was "Oh I suppose we'll just have to take Ireland as compensation", and I thought then that they really just proved exactly why Scotland needs her independence. We're tired of English imperialism and entitlement. We're tired of England prospering off the backs of the Celts, and we're tired of this colonial attitude of "owning" land that they stole from us, even after we left.
This’ll sound harsh but I’ve bumped into a few English guys where I’m staying now and they continually being up independence like they think I hate them and this is just as bad.
I eventually just turned and told them straight out that the Yes campaign is not anti-English so quit making it all about you.
This is purely about democracy and quite a few English people do think it’s all about Braveheart and freedom and they are happy to quote it. Even the No voters in Scotland now not dare bring up Braveheart because they know how ridiculous that argument is.
We’ll just have to wait and see how it pans out.