Hello, haven’t seen you for a while
You’re from a family that’s voted Unionist for generations, aren’t you?
I am. I am.I most certainly am.
Apart from that, what are the top five reasons ?
Because we’re the majority here, in this part of the world
Wages are higher in the Republic – and so are unemployment benefits.
There’s no national health service! I’m not about to sacrifice my or my families standard of living for some silly idea of “nationality“.
How many of you are there, anyway? How many Ulster people are so committed to the Union that they would never vote for Irish re-unification under any circumstances?
Enough. We’re the majority here, in this part of the world
Perhaps it’s time for the burden of proof to shift to the Unionists.
Let them prove that keeping NI in the UK is worth all the costs to the British taxpayer, social divisions and sectarianism, doubling up of services and civil service departments, double currency etc on an island whose total population is hardly that of some European capitals.