Six days ago, Friday 24 May 2013 the Glasgow Herald carried a story headed up "Yes Scotland hail 372,000 Independence Declaration signatures"
I thought they might have been as well calling it 3,000,000 signatures for all the actual impact it had and it carried no details either, in reality it was just a rather lifeless and crude attempt at a pick up for the ever more dejected and crumbling separatist cause. My old friend Iain Lawson (more old than a friend actually) decided to have a little dig as follows. "Just a simple question how many signatures to stay in the Union has BT managed to secure so far? Now take your time now!"
Iain Lawson – 24/05/13, so far so what? I hear you ask. No change there then and not an earth shattering sequence of events OK? I stirred from my complacency brought on by years of snp/separatist/cybernat ineptitude and put pen to paper as I often do when Iain enters the fray. It's cruel I know but irresistible some times, and I sent a rather teasing post reminding Iain about the snp's phantom and rather absurd claim about large numbers of Labour people who support independence and how unreliable that claim is, there are only 3 identified as far as I'm aware at this juncture. Here is what I wrote, see what you think.
"Just wait until you see the list of Labour for independence names, there's millions of them Iain. People like you and the snp/separatist/cybernasts are going to take the crushing defeat the hardest because you are the ones who are most in denial"
44 words! Not exactly Shakespeare or Milton I admit but; believe it or not The Glasgow Herald refused to print them. Is this the kind of thing we can look forward to if Scotland chooses partition? How long will it take them to run out of books to burn? and what will they burn after the books? People be warned, voting for separation is far too high a price to pay for punctual trains.