Three stooges

So THE “No Campaign” is to be led by “Three Stooges”: one whose party did not support any devolution for Scotland, one whose party supports federalism in principle but not for Scotland, and one whose party supports greater powers for Scotland but does not have the conviction to support the posing of a second question in the referendum.

Admittedly, though, this trio do have one thing in common – a patronising disdain of the Scottish electorate.

Unfortunately for the Three Stooges, and the pro-Union campaign, most Scots are likely to see through this insincere political charade, when told by any of these formerly influential politicians, that a vote against independence is in the best interests of Scotland and the fair, honest and truly democratic society we wish for our children.

Stan Grodynski

Cairnsmore Longniddry

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