Who would you prefer as Scotland's Justice Minister?
A qualified lawyer, former senior partner in a law firm, principled, and with a proven record of reducing crime - including knife crime - and putting more policemen on the streets - a man who is hard on crime, but recognises the vital need to reduce the re-offending rate - a man who doesn't reach for simplistic, knee-jerk solutions - a man committed to tackling the alcohol problem, which is a prime cause of crime in Scotland - Kenny MacAskill.
Or would you prefer Richard Baker, a traditional, lock-em-up, flog-'em, bring-back-the-birch-type Tory - although he's LABOUR, with no track record, except that of opposing minimum pricing for alcohol, thus blocking something demanded and endorsed by every expert in Scotland, including the NHS and the police?
Watch these clips and decide ...
You've already guessed who I would choose? I'm astonished!
Vote SNP - vote for a crime free Scotland
Vote for your ain folk.
And lest we forget Labour's double-dealing and hypocrisy over the Megrahi issue, watch this again ...