John Donnelly wrote:Come on you guys. waken up. Why does everything ALWAYS have to be tribal; us-and-them.
Richard wrote:After Scotland's recent local elections and the final result now known, all the 'wheeling & dealing is still
going on and the main talking points throughout the country being how treacherous the Labour party
This very same labour party have verbally crucified and left the lib dems without a name when the lib dems
went into an alliance with the tory party.
The SNP have increased their support throughout Scotland and that was FROM a position of power.
The SNP have come out of the local elections as THE most successful party but you would not have thought
it If you believed the deceitful, mainstream, labour supporting media in this country.
The people of Stirling, Aberdeen & East Dunbartonshire etc, who voted labour, have ALL just voted Tory.
If you voted Labour, then here is some points you may want to ponder at any future vote:
Consider how; Any vote for a Unionist party, will get you a Unionist party, but not necessarily the one that
you voted for: http://www.newsnetscotland.com/index.ph ... y-alliance
See the dirty tricks that Labour will pull, just to get power, especially with the Referendum on it's way
and how low they will stoop just to hold on to a City seat that they have controlled since prehistoric
man roamed the earth: http: http://www.newsnetscotland.com/index.ph ... der-pledge
Read this and see EXACTLY what the full extent of Labours plans for Scotland are: http://www.wishawpress.co.uk/wishaw-new ... -30926500/
First of all, If you're going to quote someone then It is normal practise to do the quote and then add your
response AFTER the quote and not within it. That way, your words are not 'hidden'.
If the "fat slug", that you refer to, is Alex Salmond, then my only reply to that is...NO, never voted for him
in my life nor am I ever likely to, I don't live in his constituency.
It is you who needs to "open your eyes", for if you have read & followed this debate from the beginning then
you would be aware that I have stated clearly, 2 or 3 times, that I don't like wee Eck either but It's not one
man any of us are voting for.
A quick check back to March, in this debate, quickly confirms that 2 or 3 people had already made that point
clear to you.
The only thing that you make clear is that you have a dislike of wee Eck.
You don't, at ANY time, say why Scotland would be better off remaining under Westminster control.
What, EXACTLY, have Labour done for Scotland in the past 10-15 years ?
Apart from sending our troops into an illegal war in Iraq, completely destroying our economy and
Gordon Brown calling an elderly woman a bigot, just because she dared to question his immigration policy in
a civilised manner.
Let me make it a bit easier for you.
What has ANY Westminster party done for Scotland, over the past 10-15 ye'ars, apart from take, take, take ?
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