Friday, 15 August 2014

TO BE FAIR, THE SAME QUESTIONS, WORD FOR WORD, AMAZINGLY, SEEM TO HAVE BEEN SENT TO SEVERAL BORDER TORIES, ALBEIT FROM ENTIRELY DIFFERENT PEOPLE


And they said Harry Potter was magical. 

I suspect that when you have been caught out lying, the best thing to do is admit it was a publicity stunt gone horribly wrong and apologise. 

Jeez, not only have these people not heard of the internet, they don't appear to have heard of television, radio or indeed the electric telegraph or ink.
Fortunately someone has taken the time to correct the most idiotic of the statements that Johann Lamont has churned out here. (Nice glasses Johann. They make you look younger and erm... more masculine.)

19 comments:

  1. Johann Lamont seems to have dyed her hair and lost some weight in that photo. I wonder if she has been inspired to wear masculine clothes by fellow Britnat, Wee Jimmy Krankie? Very New Labour look - sleek 'n' stylish.

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    1. New clothes, new look (are these not Alistair Darling's new glasses?), same old lies, Iain...

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  2. tris


    Currency is the Alex and snp main weakness so why continue day after day
    to scream out over a Currency UNION which only serves to drive up the no vote.
    Even the Torys realise to advertise your electoral disadvantage (the nhs ) isnt the wisest tactic .

    so if you want to help Alex (lickspittle ) shut yer gop over the £ its the UKs pound
    and you cant have it right ???unless you vote no no no
    tactic

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    1. You can call it the pound but without the bank of England as lender of last resort you nights well call it the Groat !

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  3. yeah

    Not sure he has the right name for us to use as a authoritative propaganda source
    still considering some of the donuts Alex quotes .


    Independent Scotland's economy 'would crash if it tried to use sterling'
    Leading economist Ronald MacDonald says SNP's plans to use the pound after a yes vote are fundamentally flawed



    http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2014/aug/14/independent-scotland-economy-crash-sterling-ronald-macdonald

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    1. Ah, ask two economists the same question and they will give you different answers. Can't deny the commission that looked into it had two nobel laureates on it. Can't deny the Adam Smith institute said its the best option.

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    2. Is this the same "independent" Prof. Ronald MacDonald who's been a main speaker on the platform at Better Together meetings?

      Better Together Edinburgh - Public Meeting: Ask The Experts (Local Group Launch Event)

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    3. Oooops ...

      But mustn't be too quick to judge.

      There could be other Ronald MacDonalds who have achieved the academic rank of professorship in Scottish universities, I suppose. Maybe. Possibly...?

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    4. He's just Prof. Tomkins in a clown suit.

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    5. Interesting that he's with the Adam Smith institute too...

      I wonder how he gets on with Kate Andrews, the research Director?

      http://munguinsrepublic.blogspot.co.uk/2014/08/oh-dear-darling-what-do-you-say-to-this.html

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    6. Ronald's been peddling the line that it's all doom and gloom for an independent Scotland for a while now. His current views aren't news, it's just that the media have made them news to help Better Together. This doom and gloom story he published in the Huffington Post is from January.

      Would a Currency Union Work for an Independent Scotland?t

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    7. Maybe then he has been superseded at the ASI, by more modern thinking on the economy?

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  4. It's funny how the John Lamont leaflet thinks the SNP should have more plans for devolution.

    Only Westminster can deliver more powers for Scotland and only the party or parties in Government there can get a bill for more powers through Westminster.

    That part's as stupid as the rest of the leaflet. Why on earth would the SNP waste time and effort on drawing up detailed plans on something they have no power to deliver?

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    1. And even if they did... as none of the rest of the parties, including Dearest Darling the House Flipper, can tell us what these devolution plans are, why the hell would the SNP tell John Lamont?

      They don't seem overly blessed with brains.

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  5. Its gotten to the stage now, that the unionists are printing whatever they like on their leaflets, whether its true or not.

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    1. And the newspapers aren't disputing it.

      No is attempting to win by lying through their teeth.

      The trouble with winning something by lies is that it usually comes back to bite you.

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  6. This just proves that human beings vote YES...Clones vote NO!

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