Scotland’s unpopular Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has predicted Alistair Darling will argue for a currency union following a Yes vote.
So, just to be clear, she isn’t stating a fact just an assumption.
And lets us also be clear even if he did, which he won’t, he couldn’t deliver a currency union.
So, unpopular Ms. Sturgeon is engaging in fantasy politics because she might think that there are still some gullible mugs out there in them thar hills!
She says she is "absolutely convinced" the former Labour chancellor would perform the U-turn.
Evidence, where’s the evidence?
It doesn’t exist.
Darling has publicly said that currency union would make "no sense for Scotland and no sense for the UK".
Three main pro-Union parties have joined together to rule out a "sterling zone" with an independent Scotland.
Clearly the SNP is in meltdown, it is falling apart and delusion has taken over, madness, top down madness is the ‘game changer’?
People just see the SNP leadership as a joke, the Alex Salmond party within the SNP has played this Scottish independence campaign rather badly, and is trying to hold together the mugs who are still working for them in a fruitless quest to save the leadership of Salmond and Sturgeon.
The SNP tactic of saying that Labour, the Liberal Democrats and the Conservatives are using "campaign tactics" has will and has backrred on them.
Laughingly Sturgeon grasps at straws when she then utters many Unionist politicians would change their views if people in Scotland backed independence.
No, they won’t, they won’t be switching to you and they won’t take your lead either, Salmond and Sturgeon have already dug their hole.
"Once people decide then they have decided, and that calms (things) down at lot."
Where did she get her degree in human psychology?
"Alistair Darling will argue for a currency union, I'm absolutely convinced of it".
A Better Together spokesman said:
"I think Nicola Sturgeon has been taking a leaf out of Alex Salmond's book and sticking her fingers in her ears so she can't hear anyone saying anything she disagrees with. The currency union is dead in the water."
This must be to keep the working class in the SNP working for the Alex Salmond party, in politics, the clique use working class people as a form of cheap labour.
So, regardless what bizarre rants that come out from Sturgeon or Salmond, the answer down south is no.
Finally, does anyone seriously think that Alistair Darling is going to throw away his financial credible built over a lifetime in politics for someone like Nicola Sturgeon?
Nobody is that stupid!
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University