S4W-06625: Joan McAlpine: To ask the Scottish Executive what steps it is taking to improve road safety.
S4W-06635: Joan McAlpine: To ask the Scottish Executive what improvements have been carried on the (a) A75 and (b) A76 since 2007.
By Servzur Wright
NATIONALIST HYPOCRITE and anti-Scotsfinder General Joan McArthyalpine has been banned from self righteousness by an anti-Scots Justice of the Peace.
The parliamentary question dodging MSP was reported for intolerance, hypocrisy and stupidity recently and was found guilty on all counts.
A court heard she had already racked up tension in the country relying on Nationalist anti-Scots rhetoric and referring to England as an abusive partner.
McAlpine, 69, had her credibility disqualified for two months though it is widely understood her credibility has been ‘wrecked’ for some time now.
Outside coort, the South of Scotland wee white whine MSP – a ‘special’ aide to Firstminster Salmond – said: “If you play the sanctimonious card all the time, it’s inevitable you’ll get caught oot. ”
Her latest public humiliation follows her flouting of Scottish speeding laws on a clearly marked road.
She is expected to undergo further instruction and training in the purpose of speed limit signs, speed limit road markings and speed limit cameras.
No one is holding their breath – McArthyalpine is a serial offender – she recently had to apologise to the Plasticine Parliament for failing to ask tabled questions on six previous occasions.
Her lawyer Elaine Deathray told Dumb-Arton JP’s court McArthyalpine took “no responsibility for her actions because her ‘special’ relationship with Firstminster Salmond meant she could get away with murder.”
JP I Sayisay told McArthyalpine: “If someone is going to play the self-righteous card of sanctimony then they had better make sure they are truly morally superior and can stand up to scrutiny.
“You have failed so badly that, due to the laugh you have given me and my JP pals, I am going to reduce your credibility ban from the expected six months to two months – though I expect it will probably last your political lifetime.”