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Cant see what all the fuss is about. This has little to do with Rangers anyway and everything to do with a government desperately looking for anything that distracts the media from the SNP's recent embarrassments and especially the dreadful reversals in the polls. Almost everything in these statements is a corruption of the truth or an outright fantasy. The SNP has no interest in outdated concepts like truth or accuracy, merely in the effect on its public image.


Best course of action for Rangers fans is to ignore it all and focus on supporting the club and that probably means refraining from doing the SNP's job for them by condemning our fellow supporters for celebrating a league championship.

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37 minutes ago, stewarty said:

Politicians really should refrain from commenting on things if they haven't a bloody clue what they are talking about.  


Or maybe this was the plan to deflect from the Salmond stuff?

What are they going to do with the majority of their time then? 

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2 minutes ago, Gonzo79 said:

The Nationalists are being made to look a bit silly, yet again.


What a great few days this has been.

By " a bit silly" you mean "deceitful and incompetent",  I take it. 



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