The SNP has released its manifesto and the majority of people seem fairly pleased with it.
Unsurprisingly, Nicola Sturgeon's manifesto calls for an independence referendum at the end of the Brexit process.
It says Scotland should have control over its immigration system and suggests the country should stay in the single market after Brexit.
The party also wants to invest £118 billion in UK public services and increase the minimum wage to £10 an hour.
Although some Twitter users have criticised the manifesto, for example on costings, supporters have been quick to praise the policy blueprint, calling it an example of proper leadership.
See the reaction on Twitter below