SNP set to reap benefit of benefit cuts

Benefit cuts will ensure up to a million extra Yes votes in Neverendum according to SNP opportunists

"Compassion is not weakness, and concern for the unfortunate is not socialism." - Hubert H. Humphrey.

“Compassion is not weakness, and concern for the unfortunate is not socialism.” – Hubert H. Humphrey.  Time for MSPs to start striving and stop skiving.

By Macglee Fool

BENEFIT CUTS agreed by Westminster will result in at least another 700,000 Yes votes for 2014’s Neverendum.

Deputy Miss Leader Sturgeon said the cuts were an unexpected pre-Neverendum bonanza which would be milked by her party at every opportunity.

She informed Whollyrude’s Credibility Reform Committee: “These cuts will enable us to reap a tidal wave of moral outrage in Scotland.

“It’s been a wee while since we could be sanctimoniously self righteous and uppity about anything. The Tory Tories cuts have given us a gilt edged opportunity to benefit from.”

The SNP’s back door boundary change deal with the Tories last year is now expected to be given the green light by Salmond’s sinister Star Chamber.

In exchange for SNP support England will benefit by remaining Tory forever forcing the Scots electorate to look for any way out.

Manipulator string puller and nefarious back door deal making spokesperson for the SNP Wee Naebudy said: “IDS’s cuts came through for us.

“The spectre of the Tories in power forever will bring the supine anti-Scots Scots electorate’s voting intentions into sharp focus.

“These benefit cuts could be the best thing to happen in a generation for the SNP.”


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