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    Quote Originally Posted by Taintedice View Post
    Anyone who voted tory in GE 2019 voted for Johnson and are responsible for the current state of affairs across the UK.

    Deflect all you want. Remember, quite a few of you completely ignore Scotgov and only listen to the clown. You're not alone.
    I think it is idiotic to say that Tory voters are responsible for the current state of affairs. I do read what the SNP say and some of their comments seem to me to be daft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BCram View Post
    I think it is idiotic to say that Tory voters are responsible for the current state of affairs. I do read what the SNP say and some of their comments seem to me to be daft.
    Not to the cult though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noahrab View Post
    Not to the cult though.
    Couple of quick questions.

    Why are supporters of the SNP, a political party, part of a cult and yet supporters of Labour, Conservatives, Lib Dems etc., also political parties, are not? Are Plaid Cymru supporters part of the same cult as SNP supporters or is there a different one for them? Sinn Fein?

    I have a similar word to cult for Tory voters by the way. Everybody else, including SNP voters, I'm indifferent to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deeranged View Post
    Couple of quick questions.

    Why are supporters of the SNP, a political party, part of a cult and yet supporters of Labour, Conservatives, Lib Dems etc., also political parties, are not? Are Plaid Cymru supporters part of the same cult as SNP supporters or is there a different one for them? Sinn Fein?

    I have a similar word to cult for Tory voters by the way. Everybody else, including SNP voters, I'm indifferent to.
    They used to say that people who were part of a cult were non mainstream or odd.
    Therefore if SNP supporters are part of a cult then they must be odd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deeranged View Post
    Couple of quick questions.

    Why are supporters of the SNP, a political party, part of a cult and yet supporters of Labour, Conservatives, Lib Dems etc., also political parties, are not? Are Plaid Cymru supporters part of the same cult as SNP supporters or is there a different one for them? Sinn Fein?

    I have a similar word to cult for Tory voters by the way. Everybody else, including SNP voters, I'm indifferent to.
    SNP supporters are special.

    Devoid of free thinking.

    Blind to any economic truths.

    Members of the party are not allowed to criticise it.

    Thatís just for starters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noahrab View Post
    SNP supporters are special.

    Devoid of free thinking.

    Blind to any economic truths.

    Members of the party are not allowed to criticise it.

    That’s just for starters.
    That does seem to me to define a cult. Perhaps the Salmond party will produce some discussion about the economy. I 5think that would be a help but maybe I am being too optimistic and instead of trying to attract more non SNP supporting voters they seem to be fighting each other. An ancient Scottish tradition that goes back to the clans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noahrab View Post
    SNP supporters are special.

    Devoid of free thinking.

    Blind to any economic truths.

    Members of the party are not allowed to criticise it.

    Thatís just for starters.
    That sounds like a ba hair away from scientology.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Returnofrros View Post
    That sounds like a ba hair away from scientology.
    True though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noahrab View Post
    SNP supporters are special.

    Devoid of free thinking.

    Blind to any economic truths.

    Members of the party are not allowed to criticise it.

    That’s just for starters.
    SNP supporters are special.

    Devoid of free thinking. I don't see evidence of that, in fact is 'freedom' from English rule not the ultimate goal? The party has a clear policy and it's kind of incumbent on members to agree with that policy - why would they think any other way?

    Blind to any economic truths. Not 100% sure about that - they can't see the 'economic truths' told by the UK government I'll give you that; however given that the UK government is Tory it's fair to assume the 'economic truths' are 'total fabrications'.

    Members of the party are not allowed to criticise it. Pretty standard for any political party really. Members of other parties are regularly suspended for not toeing the line. You're not stupid so you'll know what the party whip is I assume?

    None of the above really makes SNP supporters in any way different or special.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deeranged View Post
    SNP supporters are special.

    Devoid of free thinking. I don't see evidence of that, in fact is 'freedom' from English rule not the ultimate goal? The party has a clear policy and it's kind of incumbent on members to agree with that policy - why would they think any other way?

    Blind to any economic truths. Not 100% sure about that - they can't see the 'economic truths' told by the UK government I'll give you that; however given that the UK government is Tory it's fair to assume the 'economic truths' are 'total fabrications'.

    Members of the party are not allowed to criticise it. Pretty standard for any political party really. Members of other parties are regularly suspended for not toeing the line. You're not stupid so you'll know what the party whip is I assume?

    None of the above really makes SNP supporters in any way different or special.
    I stopped at ‘English rule’.

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