Comment posted Another part of the cost of the A83 closure by John Sinclair.
In my opinion your argument about the funding stream is valid and should be addressed, but sadly we lack doers, the system is wrong. Every time there’s an election and a new tribe takes power, they claim they will do better and all the problems were caused by the last tribe. Then the next tribe takes power and blames the last one for all the disasters. Its a merry go round. Look at the debate about road closure and ferries, where are all the problems stemming from. The biggest majority tribe are the non voters we need to tap into their needs.
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- “And Malcolm is missing the essential point about wind: the fuel is free and, while it is intermittent, it is inexhaustible.”
Please correct me if I am wrong, but there is a limit to how much wind we can use before the whole weather pattern would change. There is a place for wind power, but there is a balance, bio diversity of power generation.
Recent comments by John Sinclair
- SNP Spring Conference in 80th birthday week – but with unfortunate slogan and Argyll business on the side
At the standing room only yes meeting at the Corran Halls this evening, the point which was put over it was for the people to vote what they want, and I will repeat yet again, if the yes vote wins, the SNP could well be put out of government.
- Council considers outsourcing economic development
The lack of investment for Argyll was brought up at the Yes meeting at the Corran Halls this evening, as I said in an other post, standing room only. I will repeat again, if the Yes vote gets it, SNP could lose power.
- Without corroborating evidence, what would a jury do with this?
Just back from the Corran Halls, standing room only, if the yes vote wins, SNP could well be out of power, hopefully damage done will be repaired on this issue.
- More ‘productive’ discussions with UK government ministers for Western and Northern Isles
Global Citizenship, one planet one people.
“In Scotland, it is common to hear the phrase, “We’re all Jock Tamson’s Bairns”, which translates as, “we’re all the same”. Who was Jock Tamson, and where does this phrase come from?”
- Powerful Baillie speech nails Scottish Government inadequacies on child poverty
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