Monday, 17 June 2013
Yes the united savages
Jim Sillars fought the SNP from a labour inclined angle in the 70s, then became Salmond's deputy in the 90s. Now he is quick to voice common sense, that proposing to be a separate state that still shares the British benefits system is nuts, change with no change at a time when the Yes idea's most practical voter appeal is against the British savage policy on cuts and austerity. It's just right. Nothing needs adding to the Scotsman's story. It could be the item that blows any chance of a Yes vote.