Come on Scotland.

By Reporter, The HighLand Times, Thursday June 8 2017

Time to be brave.

By: Joseph Sweeney

It is time to be brave, grasp the nettle as it were and vote for the only party that has no Westminster masters and has our best interests at heart.

Yes, it’s the SNP, what other choice is there, the other parties are just regional offices for their respective parties and will always do what they are told by their political masters.

The Scottish Tory, Labour or Lib Dem parties say they are Scottish, but they are not, they do as their told by their masters and do not have our or Scotland’s best interests at heart.

 

I want to live in a country, not a region.

I want to be free from the burden of Westminster.

I want decisions made in Scotland for Scotland.

I want a Scottish Passport.

I don’t want decisions made at Westminster for us that have no relevance here.

I want my children to grow up in a free prosperous Scotland.

I want our wealth to stay in Scotland to benefit the people of Scotland.

I want inward investment to grow the economy.

I want an end to austerity.

I want the gap between the rich and poor narrowed.

I want to be free and live in a free country.

I want Scotland to be a country that prospers on its own.

I want hope over fear.

I want us as a nation to realise that we are good enough and that we can make it on our own.

I want freedom.

 

As Patrick Henry famously said: "Give me liberty, or give me death!"

We don’t have to fight for our freedom, all we have to do is vote for our freedom, lend your vote to The SNP and let’s be free!

 

 

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