Jim Murphy cannot accept anyone supporting the idea of an independent nation might have something - anything - substantive to say; so he does what comes naturally.
In the absence of anything persuasive or constructive: he pours on the scorn.
Jim might say he was making a wee joke, but there are two things wrong with that idea. Firstly, he's still stifling the hopes & aspirations of millions and secondly, its about as funny as a pod of beached whales.
Its not like the anti-BBC bias protesters at Pacific Quay...
...didn't have a point.
Often, its not what the Yes Campaign are saying that behooves* people to vote yes - its more about the demeanour of the No camp. Jim Murphy's sneering attitude will have many people wondering just what it is we're supposed to be better together with. The campaign for the maintenance of the union seems to be creating a self-defeating subliminal message with their campaign slogans.
Vote no and like Jim Murphy, you too can hang from the shoogly unionist peg while dismissing the roiling masses below.
Better Together? No thanks.
* Yeah, that's right - behooves!