He is all over the place with his arguments, contradicting himself in the course of a short interview.
One minute he is demanding exact details of almost every policy option in an Independent Scotland, then the next he says no-one can tell what is going to happen in a couple of years?
It's no surprise he is so confused. After all I don't think he had one accurate forecast on the economy when he was Chancellor.
I AGREE wholeheartedly with Monday's reader who gave his assessment of politicians and their antics.
Politics is just a dumbed-down form of The X Factor (that's right, I said dumbed- down) and we may as well rely on Simon Cowell to choose our decision makers based on their singing voice or stage presence.
I find it hard to vote for any one party.
It doesn't matter who you vote for.
I LOVED your picture of the Kingston Bridge from 1969 (Tuesday).
It's hard to imagine Glasgow without the Kingston Bridge crossing the River Clyde.
It was an amazing piece of construction work by all those involved. No doubt if it was built today, the bill would be rising regularly.
I LIKE the "magic mirror" which was featured in the Evening Times on Monday that lets you see how you would look in clothes without trying them on.
It's a great idea by bosses at Braehead.
I can never be bothered trying on clothes and end up returning them.
My husband will also be delighted - as he is the one landed with taking the clothes back!
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