Scottish MPs claim the proposed question in the independence referendum is biased.
One way to settle the argument is to let voters choose their own question and answer. Here are some suggestions:
Do you agree that Scotland should be an independent country or are you a big feartie?
Do you agree we should send proud Edward's army homewards to think again? Or do should we get another national anthem?
Do you agree they can take our lives but they will never take our freedom?
Do you agree that for so long as but 100 of us remain alive we will never give consent to subject ourselves to the dominion of the English? For it is not glory, it is not riches, neither is it honours, but it is liberty alone that we fight and contend for, which no honest man will lose but with his life.
Do you agree Alex Salmond is much better at this politics game than David Cameron, Nick Clegg, or even Gordon Brown?
Do you agree that the Scots have run things in London for far too long (since 1603) and it's time to set England free?
Do you agree we should send 60 or so Scottish MPs to Westminster to get a nice wage and vast expenses and spend their time in the bar and (some of them) get drunk and into fights because there is not a lot for them to do in the UK Parliament?
Do you agree that MSPs are just as skilled as their Westminster counterparts at getting their snouts into the trough and independence won't change that?
Do you agree that Jackie Bird should read the BBC Six O'clock News? Or that cheery young woman with the black hair?
Do you agree that, inside the United Kingdom, Scotland's five million people are part of an economy of 60 million, the seventh-richest economy on the planet and one of the world's biggest trading powers and we should hang in there and get our mitts on more of the money?
Do you agree that if all five million Scots are offered suitable bribes from Westminster we should be a parcel of rogues and stay in the Union?
Do you agree the Scottish passport should have a nice dark blue cover embossed with a Saltire? Or a lion rampant?
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