I really can't agree. I've never known as more vibrant time in Scottish politics. Some of the old parties are taking some time to get used to it but even the Tories are beginning to adapt.
I really don't see this vibrancy.
There's never any discussion. I've posted a few times on here and other boards and social mediums about all my concerns regarding the current Scottish Government and their record, and the responses tend to be "I could refute those, but I don't have the time, so suffice to say you're wrong".
I want to be wrong. I'm crying out for it. No one is showing me any reason to believe I am.
And this is the majority party in a country that's supposedly "politically alive" now?
That's a cult, not political vibrancy.
At the General Election, it wasn't that SNP got so many seats that people got excited by, it was the absolute killing the rest of the parties took. There was a bloodlust, nothing more, and no one listened to what they had to say.
That's not political vibrancy.
But hey, I'm willing to concede that I know absolutely nothing, so who cares what I have to say really?