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Comment posted Labour in helpless self-harm over Blair money by Murdoch MacKenzie.

You keep commenting about Brian Souter and the SNP. The subject of this article is Blair’s Blood Money and it’s welcomed acceptance by the Argyll Labour candidate. I have commented on that, I comment against the SNP as well when I think they are wrong. You are spinning and weaving an off topic argument to deflect my comment.

Murdoch MacKenzie also commented

  • If there was any justice in this world there would be a few people on the ropes, dangling.
  • I’m commenting on the article above. I am very interested that Blair has put up Blood Money, and have stated that it’s a sad fact that the Labour candidate has welcomed this money. Like I said in my comment you can spin and weave all you like but these are the facts.
  • I’m not a member of the SNP. I don’t agree with your opinion of Brian Souter who I see as a great Scot. I am not a person who wastes any time on what film stars do or say.
  • No matter how much the commenters spin and weave the sad fact is that the Labour candidate has already spoken out and welcomed Blair’s Blood Money.
    An economist? Says it all.

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