From the DUP Conference at the weekend:
Time 1. Arlene Foster: ""The DUP is the party for economic policies "made in Northern Ireland""
Time 2. Ian Paisley Jnr: "The DUP are the only party with an agri-food policy made in Northern Ireland and made FOR Northern Ireland"
Time 3. Alex Salmond: "This is a people's manifesto for a free Scotland. It is made in Scotland for Scotland..."
No, on reflection, scrap that last one, not quite the same thing.
Alex actually said that in 2005, when launching the SNP's manifesto for the last Westminster election- someone in the DUP has being doing their soundbyte research.
On a completely unrelated matter, I haven't had the time to research a new "Quote of the day", so you'll have to make do with this one from Hans Georg Gadamer, "Truth and Method":
To acquire a horizon means that one learns to look beyond what is close to hand- not in order to look away from it, but to see it better within a larger whole and in truer proportion.