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Comment posted ForArgyll on Pause by Robert Wakeham.

If this is so, then perhaps it’s another indicator that the increasing trend for national politicians to have no experience of life outside politics – in effect, to be running before they’ve learnt to walk – is not healthy.

Robert Wakeham also commented

  • MM – lies coming from Obama? – I seriously doubt it, perhaps you’ve got him confused with Trump?
  • ‘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).
  • It’s Buckfast, not buck fast – and is named after a Benedictine abbey (also known locally in South Devon as ‘Fast Buck Abbey’).
  • Salem? Really? – Would that be Salem near Llandeilo or Salem near Aberystwyth? – are you sure they’re not moving on to Mull just to get away from you?
  • ‘…but dogma stood in the way’, a common trait, a disquieting number of politicians – of all persuasions – seem to be dogma driven (or, to cover the spectrum, ‘in default mode’ / ‘swivel-eyed’ / displaying signs of rabies) far too often.
    Products of an immature democracy?, or maybe just lazy, cynical, preening, self-serving trumps (same as – or worse than – shits, but less likely to be snagged by a computerised internet filter).

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