Commenting on the fact the SNP are running chicken from holding a vote on its National Conversation proposals to lead Scotland to independence:
"Isn't it ironic that the party that purports to give more powers to the Scottish Parliament doesn't trust the Scottish Parliament?"
And he’s not overly impressed with the standard of debate on that National Conversation website:
"swivel-eyed, bigoted, anti-English" sentiment and said the only good thing about the SNP's slogans was their ability to rhyme.
"We had 'Scotland free by 93', then 'Scotland free by 2003'. Now we have 'Scotland free by STV',"
"STV" being the "single transferable vote system".
All true...but then why not take them on where it really matters, agree to their referendum on full independence and then whop them out of sight at the ballot box- the present state of phoney war is helping Salmond and the SNP, not Unionism