Sunday, 4 October 2009

No jobs for the boys.

It was reported in the Scotsman yesterday that a Politics Home poll suggests that the Tories will only pick up one extra seat in Scotland at next years General Election. That extra seat being Dumfries and Galloway whose PPC is ex- Scottish Party Chairman Peter Duncan. Oh dear what a shame for John Lamont the PPC for Berwickshire, Roxburgh and Selkirk and current sitting MSP for Roxburgh and Berwickshire, he had so wanted to join David Mundell MP for Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale and Tweeddale in David Cameron’s new Cabinet. I think he had his eye on being Scottish Secretary. Well if the only competition is David Mundell it’s not much of a choice is it, one is a total bam pot and the other is clearly a toadying, lickspittle that will do anything to get near the top of a greasy pole, any greasy pole.

Oh dear John seems like the best laid plans etc. At least you wont now have to justify having the two jobs that your Scottish Leader claims cannot both be done together. In other words being and MP and an MSP at the same time. Possibly even, sin of sins having three jobs at once. That of an MP and MSP and a Cabinet Minister, just like err Alex Salmond. But of course Alex has his priorities right preferring to do all he can for the Scottish people not running away from them to a cushy number in England like you want to. Also Alex said that he will give up being an MP at the next General Election unlike you who are actually seeking to become one. Quislings don’t come much greater than you do they?

And what about Auntie Annabel? It was not long ago that she was on TV lambasting Alex for having three jobs. What about Lamont Annie? You are surely not expecting us to believe that Mr Lamont has more intelligence than the First Minister are you?

Pictured above is the John Lamont cemetery in Ontario where Mr L’s political ambitions might as well go if this poll holds out.

1 comment:

  1. Just goes to show that the Scottish people don't want a Tory government, but that's what is going to be thrust upon them. Possibly for 5 years, maybe 9, or 13... maybe forever.

    Now can we get on with being free of this undemocratic nonsense, please?