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
- Darling-Salmond debate may be a surprise
You’ll have to try harder to keep up, batman’s revenge. Newsie is pro-no this month. This time last year? Not so much. Before that? Definitely a yes. Next month? Who knows? Whichever way it is, even handed does not enter the equation.
You may also notice that she tells us that AD does accuracy and detail. This is news to me so I have learned something today.
- Local anxiety at Paul McCartney’s management company’s plan for timber haulage from his Kintyre farm
If the vehicle coming towards you is a large lorry and the next passing place is on your right, it is often safer for the lorry, if you pull to the right to allow the lorry to carry on in a straight line rather than having him (or her) trying to manoeuvre in and out of the passing place. You would, of course, indicate first to let the driver know what you are doing.
- First Class Honours in Silversmithing and Jewellery for Ellis Cameron
Well done Ellis. Campbell, you must be very proud of her.
- Shaming defence from FM as Salmond’s own adviser attacks young No Thanks supporter
Their agenda is not selfish. The SNP manifesto very clearly stated their intention to have a referendum. They were given a mandate to pursue this by virtue of receiving a majority of the MSPs in Holyrood. Would Digger prefer them to have ignored this commitment? How does he perceive this democracy thing?
(Stands back and awaits lots of thumbs down and twisting of the previous paragraph to mean something totally different to what I said. :-))
- Scottish Government claims it has not even sought to know the set-up costs for indy
You obviously have not studied the subject or you would know the costs to which Murdoch refers. If you don’t, you shouldn’t be commenting on here.
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