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  1. Blumhoilann liked a post in a topic by Blue Atheist in *** The Official Rangers vs Hearts Match Thread ***   
    Name a game, other than the initial 6-0 victory against Hamilton at Ibrox where Rangers have played well with Caixinha at the helm?.....
    And Murty was directing proceedings against Hamilton.
  2. coop troop liked a post in a topic by Blue Atheist in Rangers fans for yes   
    So the fastest growing economy in the Western world "can't get any worse than it is now"???
    So when a currency union is denied and Scotland starts using the pound with no central bank and no lender of last resort, forcing many businesses, especially UK-wide businesses to leave the country, ensuring the economy declines, investment declines, jobs decline and inevitably the Scottish budget declines... how daft will your "well it can't get any worse" comment seem then?
    If Scotland votes Yes it will already have a £6bn+ hole in its budget so things will get worse before they improve, if ever. Salmond intends to lower corporation tax also. How will all that be paid for? Public spending would have to be reduced or YOUR taxes would have to be increased.
    What would an independent Scotland have done during the banking crisis in 2008? Who would have provided the bailout funds? What would the interest rate have been? Would they have even been bailed out at all?
    Who would have saved the Grangemouth oil plant in 2013 had the UK not provided £150m at short notice?
    The great thing about being part of a wider union is that if one bit fails, it has many other parts to back it up until the failing bit gets back on its feet. It's like an insurance policy. An independent Scotland wouldn't have that.
    Of course the United Kingdom is better together.
  3. coop troop liked a post in a topic by Blue Atheist in Rangers fans for yes   
    Rangers fans supporting the break up of the United Kingdom?
    I just don't get it. And I say that as a former Catholic who chose to support Rangers so I totally get the club has a diverse group of fans.
    Anyhoo, I have voted No.
    And if you're a No supporter you should make sure you vote too. Don't just hope No wins. Every vote counts.
    I HAD to vote. I owed it to my country.
  4. Ger_Scott liked a post in a topic by Blue Atheist in Rangers fans for yes   
    So the fastest growing economy in the Western world "can't get any worse than it is now"???
    So when a currency union is denied and Scotland starts using the pound with no central bank and no lender of last resort, forcing many businesses, especially UK-wide businesses to leave the country, ensuring the economy declines, investment declines, jobs decline and inevitably the Scottish budget declines... how daft will your "well it can't get any worse" comment seem then?
    If Scotland votes Yes it will already have a £6bn+ hole in its budget so things will get worse before they improve, if ever. Salmond intends to lower corporation tax also. How will all that be paid for? Public spending would have to be reduced or YOUR taxes would have to be increased.
    What would an independent Scotland have done during the banking crisis in 2008? Who would have provided the bailout funds? What would the interest rate have been? Would they have even been bailed out at all?
    Who would have saved the Grangemouth oil plant in 2013 had the UK not provided £150m at short notice?
    The great thing about being part of a wider union is that if one bit fails, it has many other parts to back it up until the failing bit gets back on its feet. It's like an insurance policy. An independent Scotland wouldn't have that.
    Of course the United Kingdom is better together.
  5. thistleman liked a post in a topic by Blue Atheist in Rangers fans for yes   
    Rangers fans supporting the break up of the United Kingdom?
    I just don't get it. And I say that as a former Catholic who chose to support Rangers so I totally get the club has a diverse group of fans.
    Anyhoo, I have voted No.
    And if you're a No supporter you should make sure you vote too. Don't just hope No wins. Every vote counts.
    I HAD to vote. I owed it to my country.
  6. stevotrueblue liked a post in a topic by Blue Atheist in Rangers fans for yes   
    So the fastest growing economy in the Western world "can't get any worse than it is now"???
    So when a currency union is denied and Scotland starts using the pound with no central bank and no lender of last resort, forcing many businesses, especially UK-wide businesses to leave the country, ensuring the economy declines, investment declines, jobs decline and inevitably the Scottish budget declines... how daft will your "well it can't get any worse" comment seem then?
    If Scotland votes Yes it will already have a £6bn+ hole in its budget so things will get worse before they improve, if ever. Salmond intends to lower corporation tax also. How will all that be paid for? Public spending would have to be reduced or YOUR taxes would have to be increased.
    What would an independent Scotland have done during the banking crisis in 2008? Who would have provided the bailout funds? What would the interest rate have been? Would they have even been bailed out at all?
    Who would have saved the Grangemouth oil plant in 2013 had the UK not provided £150m at short notice?
    The great thing about being part of a wider union is that if one bit fails, it has many other parts to back it up until the failing bit gets back on its feet. It's like an insurance policy. An independent Scotland wouldn't have that.
    Of course the United Kingdom is better together.
  7. Tak3rNo1 liked a post in a topic by Blue Atheist in Rangers fans for yes   
    So the fastest growing economy in the Western world "can't get any worse than it is now"???
    So when a currency union is denied and Scotland starts using the pound with no central bank and no lender of last resort, forcing many businesses, especially UK-wide businesses to leave the country, ensuring the economy declines, investment declines, jobs decline and inevitably the Scottish budget declines... how daft will your "well it can't get any worse" comment seem then?
    If Scotland votes Yes it will already have a £6bn+ hole in its budget so things will get worse before they improve, if ever. Salmond intends to lower corporation tax also. How will all that be paid for? Public spending would have to be reduced or YOUR taxes would have to be increased.
    What would an independent Scotland have done during the banking crisis in 2008? Who would have provided the bailout funds? What would the interest rate have been? Would they have even been bailed out at all?
    Who would have saved the Grangemouth oil plant in 2013 had the UK not provided £150m at short notice?
    The great thing about being part of a wider union is that if one bit fails, it has many other parts to back it up until the failing bit gets back on its feet. It's like an insurance policy. An independent Scotland wouldn't have that.
    Of course the United Kingdom is better together.
  8. gogzy liked a post in a topic by Blue Atheist in Rangers fans for yes   
    So the fastest growing economy in the Western world "can't get any worse than it is now"???
    So when a currency union is denied and Scotland starts using the pound with no central bank and no lender of last resort, forcing many businesses, especially UK-wide businesses to leave the country, ensuring the economy declines, investment declines, jobs decline and inevitably the Scottish budget declines... how daft will your "well it can't get any worse" comment seem then?
    If Scotland votes Yes it will already have a £6bn+ hole in its budget so things will get worse before they improve, if ever. Salmond intends to lower corporation tax also. How will all that be paid for? Public spending would have to be reduced or YOUR taxes would have to be increased.
    What would an independent Scotland have done during the banking crisis in 2008? Who would have provided the bailout funds? What would the interest rate have been? Would they have even been bailed out at all?
    Who would have saved the Grangemouth oil plant in 2013 had the UK not provided £150m at short notice?
    The great thing about being part of a wider union is that if one bit fails, it has many other parts to back it up until the failing bit gets back on its feet. It's like an insurance policy. An independent Scotland wouldn't have that.
    Of course the United Kingdom is better together.
  9. Blue Atheist liked a post in a topic by WilliamCahill91 in Rangers fans for yes   
    I wish I could like that post more than once. Spot on.
  10. SuperAli liked a post in a topic by Blue Atheist in Rangers fans for yes   
    So the fastest growing economy in the Western world "can't get any worse than it is now"???
    So when a currency union is denied and Scotland starts using the pound with no central bank and no lender of last resort, forcing many businesses, especially UK-wide businesses to leave the country, ensuring the economy declines, investment declines, jobs decline and inevitably the Scottish budget declines... how daft will your "well it can't get any worse" comment seem then?
    If Scotland votes Yes it will already have a £6bn+ hole in its budget so things will get worse before they improve, if ever. Salmond intends to lower corporation tax also. How will all that be paid for? Public spending would have to be reduced or YOUR taxes would have to be increased.
    What would an independent Scotland have done during the banking crisis in 2008? Who would have provided the bailout funds? What would the interest rate have been? Would they have even been bailed out at all?
    Who would have saved the Grangemouth oil plant in 2013 had the UK not provided £150m at short notice?
    The great thing about being part of a wider union is that if one bit fails, it has many other parts to back it up until the failing bit gets back on its feet. It's like an insurance policy. An independent Scotland wouldn't have that.
    Of course the United Kingdom is better together.
  11. SuperAli liked a post in a topic by Blue Atheist in Rangers fans for yes   
    Rangers fans supporting the break up of the United Kingdom?
    I just don't get it. And I say that as a former Catholic who chose to support Rangers so I totally get the club has a diverse group of fans.
    Anyhoo, I have voted No.
    And if you're a No supporter you should make sure you vote too. Don't just hope No wins. Every vote counts.
    I HAD to vote. I owed it to my country.
  12. chepooka liked a post in a topic by Blue Atheist in Rangers fans for yes   
    So the fastest growing economy in the Western world "can't get any worse than it is now"???
    So when a currency union is denied and Scotland starts using the pound with no central bank and no lender of last resort, forcing many businesses, especially UK-wide businesses to leave the country, ensuring the economy declines, investment declines, jobs decline and inevitably the Scottish budget declines... how daft will your "well it can't get any worse" comment seem then?
    If Scotland votes Yes it will already have a £6bn+ hole in its budget so things will get worse before they improve, if ever. Salmond intends to lower corporation tax also. How will all that be paid for? Public spending would have to be reduced or YOUR taxes would have to be increased.
    What would an independent Scotland have done during the banking crisis in 2008? Who would have provided the bailout funds? What would the interest rate have been? Would they have even been bailed out at all?
    Who would have saved the Grangemouth oil plant in 2013 had the UK not provided £150m at short notice?
    The great thing about being part of a wider union is that if one bit fails, it has many other parts to back it up until the failing bit gets back on its feet. It's like an insurance policy. An independent Scotland wouldn't have that.
    Of course the United Kingdom is better together.
  13. garytaylor liked a post in a topic by Blue Atheist in Rangers fans for yes   
    So the fastest growing economy in the Western world "can't get any worse than it is now"???
    So when a currency union is denied and Scotland starts using the pound with no central bank and no lender of last resort, forcing many businesses, especially UK-wide businesses to leave the country, ensuring the economy declines, investment declines, jobs decline and inevitably the Scottish budget declines... how daft will your "well it can't get any worse" comment seem then?
    If Scotland votes Yes it will already have a £6bn+ hole in its budget so things will get worse before they improve, if ever. Salmond intends to lower corporation tax also. How will all that be paid for? Public spending would have to be reduced or YOUR taxes would have to be increased.
    What would an independent Scotland have done during the banking crisis in 2008? Who would have provided the bailout funds? What would the interest rate have been? Would they have even been bailed out at all?
    Who would have saved the Grangemouth oil plant in 2013 had the UK not provided £150m at short notice?
    The great thing about being part of a wider union is that if one bit fails, it has many other parts to back it up until the failing bit gets back on its feet. It's like an insurance policy. An independent Scotland wouldn't have that.
    Of course the United Kingdom is better together.
  14. sonofbear liked a post in a topic by Blue Atheist in Rangers fans for yes   
    So the fastest growing economy in the Western world "can't get any worse than it is now"???
    So when a currency union is denied and Scotland starts using the pound with no central bank and no lender of last resort, forcing many businesses, especially UK-wide businesses to leave the country, ensuring the economy declines, investment declines, jobs decline and inevitably the Scottish budget declines... how daft will your "well it can't get any worse" comment seem then?
    If Scotland votes Yes it will already have a £6bn+ hole in its budget so things will get worse before they improve, if ever. Salmond intends to lower corporation tax also. How will all that be paid for? Public spending would have to be reduced or YOUR taxes would have to be increased.
    What would an independent Scotland have done during the banking crisis in 2008? Who would have provided the bailout funds? What would the interest rate have been? Would they have even been bailed out at all?
    Who would have saved the Grangemouth oil plant in 2013 had the UK not provided £150m at short notice?
    The great thing about being part of a wider union is that if one bit fails, it has many other parts to back it up until the failing bit gets back on its feet. It's like an insurance policy. An independent Scotland wouldn't have that.
    Of course the United Kingdom is better together.
  15. sonofbear liked a post in a topic by Blue Atheist in Rangers fans for yes   
    Rangers fans supporting the break up of the United Kingdom?
    I just don't get it. And I say that as a former Catholic who chose to support Rangers so I totally get the club has a diverse group of fans.
    Anyhoo, I have voted No.
    And if you're a No supporter you should make sure you vote too. Don't just hope No wins. Every vote counts.
    I HAD to vote. I owed it to my country.
  16. mabawsa liked a post in a topic by Blue Atheist in Rangers fans for yes   
    Rangers fans supporting the break up of the United Kingdom?
    I just don't get it. And I say that as a former Catholic who chose to support Rangers so I totally get the club has a diverse group of fans.
    Anyhoo, I have voted No.
    And if you're a No supporter you should make sure you vote too. Don't just hope No wins. Every vote counts.
    I HAD to vote. I owed it to my country.
  17. JCDBigBear liked a post in a topic by Blue Atheist in Rangers fans for yes   
    So the fastest growing economy in the Western world "can't get any worse than it is now"???
    So when a currency union is denied and Scotland starts using the pound with no central bank and no lender of last resort, forcing many businesses, especially UK-wide businesses to leave the country, ensuring the economy declines, investment declines, jobs decline and inevitably the Scottish budget declines... how daft will your "well it can't get any worse" comment seem then?
    If Scotland votes Yes it will already have a £6bn+ hole in its budget so things will get worse before they improve, if ever. Salmond intends to lower corporation tax also. How will all that be paid for? Public spending would have to be reduced or YOUR taxes would have to be increased.
    What would an independent Scotland have done during the banking crisis in 2008? Who would have provided the bailout funds? What would the interest rate have been? Would they have even been bailed out at all?
    Who would have saved the Grangemouth oil plant in 2013 had the UK not provided £150m at short notice?
    The great thing about being part of a wider union is that if one bit fails, it has many other parts to back it up until the failing bit gets back on its feet. It's like an insurance policy. An independent Scotland wouldn't have that.
    Of course the United Kingdom is better together.
  18. broxibear87 liked a post in a topic by Blue Atheist in Rangers fans for yes   
    So the fastest growing economy in the Western world "can't get any worse than it is now"???
    So when a currency union is denied and Scotland starts using the pound with no central bank and no lender of last resort, forcing many businesses, especially UK-wide businesses to leave the country, ensuring the economy declines, investment declines, jobs decline and inevitably the Scottish budget declines... how daft will your "well it can't get any worse" comment seem then?
    If Scotland votes Yes it will already have a £6bn+ hole in its budget so things will get worse before they improve, if ever. Salmond intends to lower corporation tax also. How will all that be paid for? Public spending would have to be reduced or YOUR taxes would have to be increased.
    What would an independent Scotland have done during the banking crisis in 2008? Who would have provided the bailout funds? What would the interest rate have been? Would they have even been bailed out at all?
    Who would have saved the Grangemouth oil plant in 2013 had the UK not provided £150m at short notice?
    The great thing about being part of a wider union is that if one bit fails, it has many other parts to back it up until the failing bit gets back on its feet. It's like an insurance policy. An independent Scotland wouldn't have that.
    Of course the United Kingdom is better together.
  19. broxibear87 liked a post in a topic by Blue Atheist in Rangers fans for yes   
    Rangers fans supporting the break up of the United Kingdom?
    I just don't get it. And I say that as a former Catholic who chose to support Rangers so I totally get the club has a diverse group of fans.
    Anyhoo, I have voted No.
    And if you're a No supporter you should make sure you vote too. Don't just hope No wins. Every vote counts.
    I HAD to vote. I owed it to my country.
  20. garytaylor liked a post in a topic by Blue Atheist in Rangers fans for yes   
    Rangers fans supporting the break up of the United Kingdom?
    I just don't get it. And I say that as a former Catholic who chose to support Rangers so I totally get the club has a diverse group of fans.
    Anyhoo, I have voted No.
    And if you're a No supporter you should make sure you vote too. Don't just hope No wins. Every vote counts.
    I HAD to vote. I owed it to my country.
  21. BluegeneBop liked a post in a topic by Blue Atheist in Rangers fans for yes   
    So the fastest growing economy in the Western world "can't get any worse than it is now"???
    So when a currency union is denied and Scotland starts using the pound with no central bank and no lender of last resort, forcing many businesses, especially UK-wide businesses to leave the country, ensuring the economy declines, investment declines, jobs decline and inevitably the Scottish budget declines... how daft will your "well it can't get any worse" comment seem then?
    If Scotland votes Yes it will already have a £6bn+ hole in its budget so things will get worse before they improve, if ever. Salmond intends to lower corporation tax also. How will all that be paid for? Public spending would have to be reduced or YOUR taxes would have to be increased.
    What would an independent Scotland have done during the banking crisis in 2008? Who would have provided the bailout funds? What would the interest rate have been? Would they have even been bailed out at all?
    Who would have saved the Grangemouth oil plant in 2013 had the UK not provided £150m at short notice?
    The great thing about being part of a wider union is that if one bit fails, it has many other parts to back it up until the failing bit gets back on its feet. It's like an insurance policy. An independent Scotland wouldn't have that.
    Of course the United Kingdom is better together.
  22. Dennistoun Rangers liked a post in a topic by Blue Atheist in Rangers fans for yes   
    Rangers fans supporting the break up of the United Kingdom?
    I just don't get it. And I say that as a former Catholic who chose to support Rangers so I totally get the club has a diverse group of fans.
    Anyhoo, I have voted No.
    And if you're a No supporter you should make sure you vote too. Don't just hope No wins. Every vote counts.
    I HAD to vote. I owed it to my country.
  23. Copland bear liked a post in a topic by Blue Atheist in Rangers fans for yes   
    Rangers fans supporting the break up of the United Kingdom?
    I just don't get it. And I say that as a former Catholic who chose to support Rangers so I totally get the club has a diverse group of fans.
    Anyhoo, I have voted No.
    And if you're a No supporter you should make sure you vote too. Don't just hope No wins. Every vote counts.
    I HAD to vote. I owed it to my country.
  24. BlueAvenger liked a post in a topic by Blue Atheist in Rangers fans for yes   
    Rangers fans supporting the break up of the United Kingdom?
    I just don't get it. And I say that as a former Catholic who chose to support Rangers so I totally get the club has a diverse group of fans.
    Anyhoo, I have voted No.
    And if you're a No supporter you should make sure you vote too. Don't just hope No wins. Every vote counts.
    I HAD to vote. I owed it to my country.
  25. D'Artagnan liked a post in a topic by Blue Atheist in Rangers fans for yes   
    Rangers fans supporting the break up of the United Kingdom?
    I just don't get it. And I say that as a former Catholic who chose to support Rangers so I totally get the club has a diverse group of fans.
    Anyhoo, I have voted No.
    And if you're a No supporter you should make sure you vote too. Don't just hope No wins. Every vote counts.
    I HAD to vote. I owed it to my country.
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