Comment posted Dunoon Observer invites voters to pick their ghoul by Andy.
Dave, the Labour Party in Scotland is not so much the unionist party as the Anti Anything-The-SNP-Says Party. If the SNP said the Clyde was wet, the Labour Party would disagree and tell us it was a plot by the “Nats”.
They have yet to realise that the Scotland around them has moved on while they are stuck in a muddy rut. This applies whether it be National or Local politics. One day it will click and we may well find that they have principles after all and can make a positive contribution to the social fabric of Scotland. Until the penny drops, we will just have to put up with the negative sniping and personal insults of which Gus’s are a perfect illustration. He should perhaps be asking himself how his comments have advanced the Labour cause in Argyll and Bute. If he thinks they have, then the Labour Party has an awful long road to travel.
Recent comments by Andy
- Lib Dem performance in Euro elections may spin out into Argyll & Bute
Another article hijacked by the usual suspects talking about something else.
If you gave politicians a rubbish wage, where do you think they would make up the amount they need to fund their lifestyle? That’s right, a few backhanders from those with an interest in pushing through certain policies. I know they do it already but that is just greed. If it became a necessity it would be much more widespread.
- Northern Ireland economy gets £65m+ boost from Game of Thrones
Mr George R. R Martin would do better finishing what he started before venturing off into making blockbuster TV series. He wrote seven books in this series before somebody made an offer he should have put off for a bit. Now those who have read all the books in the series have, so far, been waiting for almost three years for the next, and we are told the last, two books. If he keeled over tomorrow he would leave behind many angry readers.
- SSE drops offshore Islay Array and scales down overall offshore commitments
Brian Wilson’s hatred of the SNP overcomes any attempt at factual reporting. Always has and always will.
- Donors, public money and funding the independence referendum campaigns
If all YES voters were members of one party, it would be the biggest in the UK, if not Europe. Rubbish!
I know a couple of Tory YES voters who would not be happy with that label either.
- The no-no campaign
Will the hidden costs of the NO campaign also be revealed? The use of civil servants to prepare documents as ammunition for Project Fear will not be cheap. Of course, the day trips north by Westminster politicians will also have a cost as will the efforts by UK Embassies abroad to “inform” other countries about the Referendum. It works both ways.
How did the conference go? Could you understand what Ms Lamont was trying to say? She didn’t.
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