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I do so hate it when perfectly innocent …

Comment posted Council candidates, election battlegrounds and serious choices to be made by Robert Wakeham.

I do so hate it when perfectly innocent animals are libelled.

Robert Wakeham also commented

  • Some of the leaflets remind me of that old nursery story about the little girl who lied and lied and lied…(can’t remember the name)
  • More than a passing resemblance to Lord Hawhaw, Simon.
  • Well said.
  • Kintyre Too: ‘Politicians without conviction and opportunists’ – this doesn’t describe Councillor Philand, but it does describe a fair few of the ‘camp followers’ in the ruling cabal that has brought poor quality local government in Argyll for quite a long time now. You do the Conservative cause no good whatsoever by such blatant distortion of the facts.

Recent comments by Robert Wakeham

  • ForArgyll on Pause
    Just for the historical record, ‘A Salmon’, can one assume that by now you’ve consumed your bonnet?
  • ForArgyll on Pause
    MM – lies coming from Obama? – I seriously doubt it, perhaps you’ve got him confused with Trump?
  • ForArgyll on Pause
    ‘Shear arrogance'(sic) is over-egging it by a long way, Malcolm, and remember just how much vindictive sniping there was by people without the guts to identify themselves.
    I think that the For Argyll folk deserve great credit for tolerating all the garbage in the interests of free speech – I would have been sorely tempted to ‘out’ some of the more vicious commentators (and recommend they seek counselling on the state of their mental health, before they get into real trouble).
  • SNP MP backs call for CalMac to put MV Coruisk back on Mallaig-Armadale service – and is to go direct to the Transport Minister
    So, if I understand you correctly, different Calmac ships require different, mutually incompatible, linkspans.
    A polite response is ‘Oh dear’ but there are far less polite reactions that would surely be in order.
  • ForArgyll on Pause
    It’s Buckfast, not buck fast – and is named after a Benedictine abbey (also known locally in South Devon as ‘Fast Buck Abbey’).

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