Thursday, September 5, 2013

Scottish independence: major questions asked about £500 million pound error in Nicola Sturgeon’s department, 377 days isn’t enough time to build a pyramid for Alex Salmond’s political death at the indy ballot box, corvee labour need to build plastic shed required

Dear All

You can’t have missed that the Scottish National Party is having car crash of a Scottish independence campaign.

25% support independence.

Alex Salmond tossed the keys of what should have been a Ferrari, and Scotland’s unpopular Deputy First Minster Nicola Sturgeon treated it like a ride on lawn mover.

Ms. Sturgeon at the controls was wheel spinning, hand brake turning, speeding, and not paying attention to the road, it was all a big joke to her.

After a year of failing to get it right and unable to get it to run properly, the SNP are still letting her batter it off the walls as the race to Scottish independence continues.

It’s a race not a demolition derby dear!

Prior to killing any chance of Scottish independence, she was previously at health as a Minister.

Elderly people freezing without blankets, babies wrapped in towels, and Scottish women denied cancer drugs available to people in England are highlights of her tenure.

The big success was spinning health as a success.

It wasn’t.

Now unpopular Nicola Sturgeon has been accused of misleading MSPs over a £500 million mistake in the reporting of transport projects.

£500 million, could be here, could be there, the important thing to remember when things get flagged up such as SNP wife beating Ms. Sturgeon knows nothing, she knows nothing about nothing.

Everyone around her may know something, but when it something bad Ms. Sturgeon appears to always know nothing about what is going on around her despite how close it gets to her inner circle.

Labour leader Johann Lamont at First Minister’s questions wants to know, the facts, and is challenging Alex Salmond over the issue to spill the beans.

The Labour leader said Ms Sturgeon’s infrastructure department had “missed half a billion pounds, on the plus side, Ms. Sturgeon could point to the fact that no blankets are missing.

So, just as health was a disaster, the less than capable hands of Ms. Sturgeon don’t appear to be handling the part time role of the infrastructure department well.
I like to call a spade a spade, but in Ms. Sturgeon’s case she is digging her own hole, botched health no question about that in my mind, now having trouble with infrastructure, is there a case for getting her a sandpit to build sandcastles?

She certainly isn’t building Scotland’s future, like the Egyptians Ms. Sturgeon needs get some ‘corvee labour’ to start work on the political tomb of Alex Salmond.

377 days to get a tomb ready for the political death of Alex Salmond at the ballot box, maybe she could just a few people to do a ‘homer’ and knock up a shed to sling him in from B&Q.

I have found the perfect cheap shed to stick him him:

If we get two sheds Bill Walker can be his next tomb neighbour.

Another disaster for Scotland’s unpopular Deputy First Minster Nicola Sturgeon, how many now?

Have another pudding, Nicola, for Scotland, the political end is coming .... oh so quick!

Yours sincerely

George Laird
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University

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