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These things happen.

Originally posted on Wee Ginger Dug:

Not even Rona can help him now. The last shreds of Alistair Koalamichael’s credibility have gone the way of Danny Alexander’s career in politics, shot down in the flames of public disgrace. Although Danny Alexander did at least manage to salvage something that could pass – from a distance – as dignity. Alistair can’t even do that, reduced as he is to writing apologetic letters to Nicola and the French ambassador begging for his career to continue.

The last Lib Dem standing, or at least crawling, has finally blubbered out what most of us had suspected, that he was responsible for leaking a memo which claimed Nicola Sturgeon wanted the Tories to win the General Election. The Dishonourable Member for Lying Gobshite only admitted it because he got caught, after an official investigation which cost the taxpayer almost £1.4 million – even though everyone knew all along that Alistair bears…

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It’s a dog’s life

It’s a dog’s life.

Originally posted on Wee Ginger Dug:

According to Wednesday’s Herald, a group of “experts” on devolution have said that there should not be another independence referendum for at least fifteen years. So that’s us telt then, the experts say no. Mind you, at least one of the experts was a fully paid up member of the nawness faction during the referendum, so the fact he’s saying no again counts as consistency, not as news per se. The reason that the period of fifteen years was chosen was because that’s a generation as measured by teenage pregnancy, or the approximate life expectancy of a mongrel dug. It is immensely flattering that unionists think a wee ginger dug made such a contribution to the independence debate that they want to make sure he’s popped his clogs by the time there’s another. But this dug is going nowhere.

The whole generation thing originates in an off the cuff remark…

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Mack the Knife

Mack the Knife.

Originally posted on Grouse Beater:

John McTernan (The purple tuxedo with red lining and a flowery green and grey shirt tell us he shops at Royal Blind) John McTernan
(The purple tuxedo with red lining and a flowery green and grey shirt tell us he shops at Royal Blind)

All your questions answered about John McTernan, ace political strategist and spin doctor employed by Labour’s Scottish branch office as saviour to Jim Murphy, and to guide Labour in Scotland to a victorious win at the General Election – not.

Question:  What’s his background?
Answer:  Scots assume he’s a Scot but he was born in London in 1959. He was policy adviser for the ex-BBC Radio Scotland dead-head James Boyle who gave us the moribund anti-creative Creative Scotland. Later he became special adviser to Harriet Harmon when she was in charge of Social Security.

Q: Programmed by Labour from the get-go?                                                                                      A: There’s more. He was a Labour UK adviser on health, welfare, regeneration, defence and Scotland; and was Tony Blair’s director of political operations. As director of communications…

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