Does anybody else feel as I do that the SNP has completely lost the plot with its grandstanding that the Conservatives have no right to enter government. I understand the rhetoric that the Conservatives only received 15% support in Scotland, but so what? Salmond seems to think his 6 MPs and and less than 500,000 total votes gives him more right to be in a national government than the Tories. I appreciate that he wants more decisions to be made in Scotland, but what hypocracy he speaks. He wants to be in Parliament in London, in Government of the entire country, and making decisions for the entire Union - whilst arguing that the Tories have no "right" to govern in Scotland. Does anybody listen to his nonsense and think it holds any credibility? He really is starting to sound like some of the speeches made by the ultra-Serb nationalists in 1990: we want governance over you, but you have no right to govern us. For the record, I take no position on Scottish independence.