Comment posted Council candidates, election battlegrounds and serious choices to be made by JimB.
I agree totally with Simon.
Anne dear dont’t treat us (the public) like idiots, you are standing for office, you made the statement. Answer the questions posed. I suspect you wrote without thinking about the wider issues. Should you be standing at all?
Recent comments by JimB
- Scottish Conservatives demand SNP publish figures on impact of full fiscal autonomy
Crime levels all over the world have been dropping for years and in most if not all countries it is at an all time low. Research has shown that there is a strong correlation with the reduction and withdrawal of leaded petrol and hence reduction of lead in the atmosphere. Whilst this research does not prove the case it seems to offer a probable cause.
It is unlikely that the low crime levels in Scotland have anything to do with either Police Scotland or the SNP.
- SNP Conference: foundations for one party state cemented in place
Is there an initiation ceremony when joining the SNP?
Does it involve a frontal lobotomy?
I cannot believe so many people in this country are so gullible!
- Where is the justifiable need for the Gourock-Dunoon passenger ferry service?
Part of the slippage in AF ferry passenger numbers is probably down to commuters moving back to the otherside because the service is unreliable.
- Parliamentary Labour Party moves to take control of any post-election coalitions
Somewhere somebody is pounding the keys and writing a sequel to Yes Minister and Yes Prime Minister, probably called Yes First Minister.
Story lines to cover:-
1) The FM’s party take control of a small Council in Scotland and make such a mess of it that they have to return control to the previous incumbent. You all know the details. This will take up several episodes.
2) The FM’s party sets out hold a referendum. The FM is so sure of victory neither he nor his party can tell voters what currency will be used nor the cost of setting up institutions post independence as the treasurer has lost the fag packet the sums were done on. They lose the vote 45 to 55% You all know the details. This will take up several episodes too.
3) The FM’s government is greatly concerned about poverty and foodbanks both of which are apparently the fault of the government of another country. It then comes to light that the FM’s government has £444million they forgot to spend.
4) The FM’s government having tried running a small council and a small country and making a complete cod of both,then offer to help their larger neighbour sort out their parliament and country following an election. The FM assures them that she has all the answers to all the problems.
(You had better forget story line 4 it is going too far.)
Actually you could not make any of it up and if it wasn’t so tragically serious it would be hilarious.
- Potential constitutional snare for Queen following General Election
You having an off day JT?
I was commenting on the telephone poll above my comment. SNP 45% and if you then add up the rest which are Unionist parties they come to 55%. I don’t see what your problem is.
As for wishful thinking, I will leave that to you! Unionist voters saved the country once and may do it again.
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