Peter Murrell told me some time ago that technology was key to the SNP's success in the face of an at worst hostile and at best indifferent mainstream media. So let's play a little, using online technology in the new media world - the party Chief Executive could only approve...
First of all download this, and reacquaint yourself with the haughty election ambitions of the party, a party that obviously never expected to win an election.
Now let's start analysing the SNP government's performance by their own yardstick. After all the SNP are now halfway through their alloted span, so we should see some tangible progress on those all important manifesto commitments - especially those headline grabbing flagship policies, you'd have thunk?
Dualling of the A9?
Council tax abolition?
Abolition of student debt?
The Saltire Prize?
and oh so much more, see how many you can spot...
It would appear to me that the SNP are no more, or less, trustworthy than any other political party when it comes to keeping manifesto promises - a pity after the optimism of 2007.
Hey they're just politicians after all, what did I expect? As Homer would put it - and I don't mean him of the Odyssey...