Random drink-vote tests to be imposed on independent Scotland

Injustice secretary Kenny MacNaeskill set to impose random presbyterian intolerant centralism in the event of successful isolation vote.

Don't drink and vote folks. You're apt to do something silly such as not vote for the presbyterian intolerant Scottish National Party. The very thought.

Don’t drink and vote folks. You’re apt to do something silly such as not vote for the presbyterian intolerant Scottish National Party. The very thought.

By Taika Drink

RANDOM DRINK-vote tests could be imposed on the Scottish public after receiving cross Cooncillor support at Whollyrude yesterday.

The move was signalled by power hungry street marcher MacNaeskill to ensure ‘anti-Scot voting’ would not go unpunished post an isolation vote.

Injustice Gauleiter MacNaeskill regretted the anti-Scotland Act – which gave Whollyrude power to vary the limit – had not allowed him the chance to introduce measures such as random oppression of voters.

Labouring Injustice spokesperson Whois MacDonald said he was “in principle, opposed to any power for SNP power mad centralists”, saying there is strong evidence the SNP government is randomly to completely ineffective – especially when it comes to telling lies.

MacDonald also rejected the proposal to increase legislation as a move ‘for the sake of being seen to be doing something’.

Proposing the change, MacNaeskill said: “The people of Scotland are getting fed up of the SNP telling them they are a nation of drunken wasters.

“It is both remarkable and tragic that a significant majority of Cabinet minsters don’t get that.

“We believe that Scots shouldn’t be allowed to go about their daily business without being interfered with by centrally imposed SNP institutions such as the newly politicised police.

“We believe that randomly pissing people off is a beacon of inclusive progressiveness for oor great wee country.”

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5 responses to “Random drink-vote tests to be imposed on independent Scotland

  1. Indeed, and it’s all got the sniff of gestures and posturing about it given that no one bothers with pish-heids causing mayhem in the streets, unless of course shifting the blame onto the supermarkets for it amounts to be bothered about the issue.

    So it’s more restrictive legislation on sectarianism when police ignored existing laws, tighter drink driving laws when the standard of driving otherwise (on the A9, say) beggars belief, and largely ignoring drunkenness in the streets and instead blaming it all on cheap booze.

    And please excuse the Friday aftenoon polemic!! Perhaps Kenny will be announcing a clampdown on them next!!

    • And please excuse the Friday aftenoon polemic!! Perhaps Kenny will be announcing a clampdown on them next!!

      Polemic excused – you know I love them anyway. I think clampdowns on polemics like this are likely to be next in the Injustice Minster’s sites, so be careful what you speculate on. 🙂

      Regards.

  2. And of course I meant to say that the driving standard on the A9 is blamed on the roads rather than the drivers!!

    And I can’t recall the ‘modelling’ on how the experts thought minimum alcohol pricing would reduce drunk driving, no?

    • And I can’t recall the ‘modelling’ on how the experts thought minimum alcohol pricing would reduce drunk driving, no?

      Indeed. Good point. I did say to my long suffering concubine that it reeked of change for change’s sake. She normally turns a blind ear to my rants on the politicos, but she agreed with me quite strongly on this one.

      Regards

      NB: Being a soft West Coaster, I’m not on the A9 too often, but I do tend to drive that wee bit slower because the drivers are mental.

      • As I said at the time of the anti-sectarian legislation, if they were to be consistent with their approach to drunkenness per se the SNP would have legislated to set minimum prices for Old Firm tickets or for satellite TV subscriptions to watch fitba. Strange but true.

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