And all because Scottish Office Minister, David Cairns, dared to speak the heresy that perhaps, just perhaps, the further devolution of power to the Scottish devolved administration wasn’t really top of the typical voter’s "things to get worked up about list".
Even the ubiquitous Mr Scottish Labour Party Aide has got in on the act:
"I would imagine that the bulk of the Scottish party believe in the dynamic of the situation, which is that if you ask the ordinary man or woman in the street do you think the Scottish Parliament should have more powers?' the answer overwhelmingly will be yes".
The "dynamic of the situation" is being propelled forward by the separatists and the Scottish Unionists are dancing to their tune by demanding more independence for Scotland.
And the ubiquitous Mr Scottish Labour Party Aide, closeted in his party bunker, has about as much idea about what the ordinary Scottish man or woman "in the street” really thinks as the Duke of Edinburgh.
The vast majority of people anywhere in the UK require first and foremost a decent health service, pension, education system, police-force and employment prospects. They couldn’t care less which administration they’re paying their taxes to ensure those conditions. And Cairns was 100% correct when he stated:
"I'm not convinced the reason why we lost was because the Scottish people were crying out for more powers for the Scottish Parliament and they had a notion Labour was against this, so they delivered a one-seat majority to the SNP."