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Author:  Bill McDicken [ Wed Mar 25, 2015 10:20 am ]
Post subject:  He means well I suppose.

Sorry Jim but Mr Murphy's outpourings are wonderful: :D
A 'promise' to hand-out one Billion Pounds to buy Votes from Scottish school kids.
5000 jobs for 18-24 year olds. ( doesn't say who the proposed employer is )
Extra £1000 in Bursaries for Scots Students. ( is that every student? ) AND FEE FREE UNI. (doesn't he realise they get that now?)
Every 18-19 year old 'in work' gets a 'future fund' of £1600. Apparently this to spend on what "they need to get on in life". (beer/fags/bookies? I'm not underestimating 18-19yr. olds, at that age I'd have spent it on Beer and Fags!)

All funded by a tax on 'BANKERS BONUSES' and (wait for it) redistribution of wealth 'from SOUTH to NORTH'. We should ask those South of the border what they think of Murphy's grand plan, not just the Bankers, but those in Wales, Newcastle, Cumbria etc.

And they say Pigs don't Fly.
http://www.scotsman.com/news/uk/jim-murphy-to-pledge-1bn-working-class-investment-1-3727992

:saltire

Author:  jimcee [ Wed Mar 25, 2015 4:02 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: He means well I suppose.

Bill,
You are still at it.
Digging up all the propaganda you can lay your hands on to try and hang on to the Labour voters who voted Yes in the referendum, and convince them that their erstwhile leader is not to be trusted.
A very laudable motive by one who has all the crusading zeal of a die hard SNP ( saltire flag waving) supporter who has the bit between his teeth and hopes that his party will do well enough in May to wag the dog.
Where would we be without these political activists in our midst ?

Author:  Bill McDicken [ Wed Mar 25, 2015 11:11 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: He means well I suppose.

jimcee wrote:
Where would we be without these political activists in our midst ?

Life wouldn't be as much fun. :D
:saltire

Author:  NickB [ Sat Mar 28, 2015 11:37 am ]
Post subject:  Re: He means well I suppose.

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I liked this wee dig at our Jim:

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Author:  jimcee [ Sun Mar 29, 2015 5:34 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: He means well I suppose.

Mr Greenwell (whoever he is) is chuffed about his success in higher learning, and is probably delighted to put the boot in to anyone less successful - where will all this nastiness end?

Author:  NickB [ Sun Mar 29, 2015 9:15 pm ]
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jimcee wrote:
Mr Greenwell (whoever he is) is chuffed about his success in higher learning, and is probably delighted to put the boot in to anyone less successful - where will all this nastiness end?


Murphy failed to get a degree in nine years - all funded by the taxpayer.

I think Mr. Greenwell makes a fair comment.

What's nasty here?

Author:  jimcee [ Mon Mar 30, 2015 5:25 pm ]
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What is nasty is discrediting a fellow human being because they were less successful than yourself - in real life, despicable, but in the field of politics laudable evidently. Double standards?

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