Thursday, February 22, 2007


If you saw Heir Harpor's amazing witch hunt in Parliament yesterday -- an amazingly blunt attempt at pulling the whole chamber into the mudpit -- you might see some disturbing connect-the-dots with this so-called leader and perhaps his model politician, and I'm not talking about Stalin.
Of course, having tried to smear all Liberals with 'weak-on-terrorism' after his previous 'weak-on-Israel' diatribe, it should surprise no one that he's slimed an honourable member of Parliament and his family (does not anyone have a right to innocent until proven otherwise under this Conservative agenda?)... It's eerily similar to the job he tried to pull on Maher Arar, scoring points against the gov't of the day while virtually naming Arar as a terrorist. That's in the record, folks.
All I can say to this additional smear is echo the remarks made by a simple lawyer, a man who helped bring down a despicable blowhard who ruined numerous lives before fading into his own corrupt hole...

Mr. Joseph Welch: "You've done enough. Have you no sense of decency, sir, at long last? Have you left no sense of decency?"

1 comment:

Red Tory said...

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Anyway, just wanted to say howdy for now. Ciao.