Better Together, the group campaigning for a No vote in the Scottish independence referendum, launched a video aimed at women voters yesterday. It was immediately described as "insulting" by the Yes campaign because it portrayed women as "daft ditherers" ... although it's hardly likely that either side would have anything good to say about what the other side produces.
What surprised me, however, was what Blair McDougall, the director of the No campaign, said at the launch:
"The key factor for people isn't the love of our country – as both Yes and No voters love Scotland. The key factor is the love of our families."
Which can only mean that he thinks those who vote No love their families, but that those who vote Yes don't love their families.