Can I ask you to imagine, if you will, a day a few weeks from now.
It’s approaching midnight on 18th September and Scotland has voted on whether or not to to dissolve the 1707 Acts of Union that unified the parliaments of Scotland and England (not the 1603 Union of the Crowns).
And the fact is, you still haven’t made your mind up, so you haven’t voted.
And now you’re waiting. Waiting for tomorrow when we count the votes and you find out what others have decided for you.
Can I ask you… what result will disappoint you?
For surely one of them will.
If we vote Yes will you be disappointed that you’re no longer going to be part of the political union that is the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland?
If we vote No will you be disappointed that we’ve chosen not to take control of our own affairs and strike out on our own as an independent nation in the world?
For surely, even if you’ve had it up to your back teeth with the figures and the promises and you’re heartily DONE with trusting any politician out there, you will be disappointed with one of these results.
And maybe that’s all you need to decide… what after party do you want to go to?