Rather a lot of human behaviour can be explained by laziness.
There is a very narrow sense in which it is fair to say that more is indeed cause for merriment regardless of any other consideration. In terms of votes in a referendum to determine Scotland's constitutional status, numbers are all that matters.
The Yes movement needs to become, or give birth to, a campaigning organisation. Preferably and all but certainly the latter.
Nobody stops to consider whether sidelining the party political arm of the independence movement is a smart move.
Most people don't care very much about most things. The people who try to care about everything are in institutions right beside the people who care about absolutely nothing.
Division will always undermine a campaign. Discussion of policy will always create division. The solution? Don't discuss policy!
Well! That was disappointing! I read the headline and supposed we might be in for some serious, hard-headed thinking about the strategy for the new referendum campaign. I wasn't long in being disabused of that notion. It all started so well, with talk of the fundamental constitutional argument for independence. This gave the impression that … Continue reading Harvie’s havers!
What else is the 'vile cybernats' propaganda about if not to discourage and dissuade people from accessing information carried by the only channels that are readily available to the Yes campaign?