. . . the constant bombardment of daily offerings through the post is not quite so vitriolic
. . . once the negotiations are over that we may have about 5 years cessation of nastiness. However, given our current crop of activists, this seems doubtful.
Jim, I don't think any of the correspondents on here are indulging in 'nastiness
', neither do I think Bill, myself or Stevie are purveyors of vitriol
I know the other parties are keen to push the idea that anything SNP supporters say is 'nasty' and 'vitriolic', but I would have thought you - as a bit of a journalist yourself - would have the nous to read between the lines and recognise smear tactics when they see them.
So Jim, if that is what you think of us - that we are 'nasty' and 'vitriolic' and that our comments have no substance - then perhaps you can point to specific words or phrases we have used that have given you that impression, rather than making what I am afraid I can only describe as vague and unsupported accusations?