When we, the British people, elected the coalition at the last G.E, (although we obviously didn't know we'd get one), did we elect politicians who have the concerns of their electorate at heart or just a bunch of politically motivated, big business arselickers?
While the elite seem to think that the most pressing issues facing Britain today are selling off the Royal Mail, relaxing the Sunday trading laws, taking an ever more threatening line towards Iran, and backing anti-government rebels in Syria, the general public's main concerns are jobs, sky-high utility bills, rip-off train fares and record petrol prices - and not getting Britain involved in any more costly Middle East wars in which their children do the dying.
We in Scotland at least have the benefit that we can vote for the SNP, the only Scottish party, at least the only party not controlled by their London masters, to look after our demands and needs. What is important to us in Scotland is community, the NHS, education, jobs and living in a fair society where people are rewarded for their hard work, but not to the detriment of society in general as in the case of the bankers and millionaires with off-shore tax havens.
I believe that while now of us like to pay taxes, they are what we pay to live in a just and reasonably humane society, albeit, one where the elite and the London establishment have to much power. A vote for the SNP, means that we vote for people who have the greater good of Scotland at heart and are more interested in that than pouring money into Zionist led wars in the Middle-East.