Do you think rUK has no Plan B and would you like to level that criticism at them? Both sides are as guilty of that charge.
I think if iS want independance, it's up to them to make the case for it, not the other way round. Bit like asking a reluctant partner to make the case for divorce when they don't want the marriage to end.
so which way will you vote then even though you do not really know what you will get.
Well I can't vote as I don't live in Scotland. In many ways I'd like Scotland to get independance and offer an alternative to the Eton cabal that currently run the UK.
However, to get independance they need a professional in charge and whilst AS is very good at glib PR, he's in a situation where just saying 'Yes we can' won't cut it. I suspect the 2014 vote is almost certainly lost for iS now. (NB looking at the odds currently offered, all the bookies agree).