Why, oh why, do these people not do their homework? I mean first of all she should have read the interview in question and she would have realised that the Daily Mail, the Daily Express, and of course the BBC had been, well let's be honest, economical with the truth in their reporting.
And why did this stupid girl not know that Cameron had, only a matter of months ago, been asking for Putin's help to win the referendum for the No side?
I knew about it and heaven knows I'm hardly in the loop. Surely it was her business to know about it too.
What I didn't know was that it had been confirmed by an official form their Scotland office, but she ought to have. It's her job.
And finally, knowing that the tv cameras would almost certainly be on her, why did she allow herself the luxury of a strop? Yes, it's frustrating to be made to look a fool, but dignity demands that one remains poker faced. Mrs Thatcher wouldn't have thrown her pen down.
Of course I know she's new; I know she'd only been in parliament a matter of weeks before Mr Cameron helped her to become leader. But surely to heavens, inexperienced, young and not too bright though she may be, she must have realised that she made herself look like an ill-informed amateur politician.
I understand that Ms Lamont's questions were on the same subject.
I wonder if anyone had pointed out to her that only a couple of weeks ago her erstwhile leader, Tony the Warmonger Blair made a speech calling on Britain and the West to bury the hatchet with Putin and join him in a fight against Islamists.
Mr Salmond's comments were, I think, made in an interview which pre-dates Putin's annexation of the Crimea. Mr Blair's were made in the full knowledge of all that is happening over there.
Lamont hasn't got the excuses that Davidson has. She is not young; she is not new. She's been in parliament since parliament opened and prior to her taking over leadership, she was, under Iain Gray, deputy leader. She should be a seasoned politician by now, if not a stateswoman.
Please will someone somewhere send us an opposition.
Every parliament should have one. It's vital for good governance.