The SNP has launched its general election manifesto in Glasgow this morning.
The emphasis, quite rightly, was on which party would put Scotland first. "None of the London-based parties are interested in Scotland. They will inflict serious cuts which will affect our front-line public services."
It was a low-key speech which offered the people the choice of voting for a party which cares only about Scotland or a party which will enjoy our oil money and the power we produce but give us no consideration. With a UK party we all know Scotland is a necessary evil in the great plans for the UK. Only yesterday David Cameron insisted he wanted to "be prime minister of Britain" and would fiercely defend any attempt Scotland made to government itself. Pompous.
Gordon Brown thinks much the same but for different reasons. He knows, without his west of Scotland powerbase, labour would never win in a general election.
I can't assess Nick Clegg's opinion because he hasn't said much, if anything, about Scotland. The one time I saw him interviewed here in Scotland he looked slightly bemused and was unable to offer anything of substance.
Alex Salmond's right - and I don't always agree with him - but if you want a party which will fight only for Scotland and its interests, then vote SNP. The London-based parties insist voting SNP is a wasted vote because we could never be in power in Westminster. That's their way of ignoring Scotland's biggest political party and its people during this campaign.
The more SNP MPs we have in Westminster the louder Scotland's voice will be. The choice is yours.
Update: You can read or download the SNP manifesto here.