Let's Have Some Tea, Scotland, and Talk This Out

There's not enough passion, dirt and violence in the Scottish independence drive to justify a divorce.
"No, I'm still on the fence ..." 

There's a good, and largely overlooked, reason that Scotland and the rest of the U.K. might be better off staying together. Both the secession and anti-secession campaigns have been courteous, nonviolent and affable. Two nations able to contest this fairly belong in a union, for few are able to.

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