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Topic: Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:No to Bigatry (sic)
Posted by: Sam Hearn
Date/Time: 11/02/15 14:05:00

You cannot have a proper democracy if alternative voices are stifled by political thugs. Do you really prove that your arguments are better, morally superior or just "right" by ensuring that the arguments of your opponents cannot be heard?

I disagree profoundly with Nicola Sturgeon's idea that we can spend ourselves rich but I believe that it is vitally important we hear what she has to say and can debate the issues raised. One of the likely outcomes on the 8th May is that "Wee Nikki" will be dictating the shape of the economic policy of a minority Labour Government.

Vote Ed and wake up with Nigel is a frightening enough prospect but vote Ed and wake up with Nicola is equally if not even more scary.

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TopicDate PostedPosted By
No to Bigatry (sic)06/02/15 12:50:00 Richard Greenhough
   Re:No to Bigatry (sic)06/02/15 13:24:00 Pete Mayes
      Re:Re:No to Bigatry (sic)06/02/15 21:49:00 Russell Pearson
         Re:Re:Re:No to Bigatry (sic)11/02/15 00:48:00 David Giles
            Re:Re:Re:Re:No to Bigatry (sic)11/02/15 11:31:00 Pete Mayes
               Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:No to Bigatry (sic)11/02/15 14:05:00 Sam Hearn
                  Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:No to Bigatry (sic)11/02/15 14:14:00 Richard Greenhough

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