Tuesday, April 1, 2008

JUDY, YOU'RE SOAKING IN IT...


... And that ain't palmolive, Ms. Weaselyca-Leis.
How's it feel to be proven a rube for the right? I know, I know, something about "somebody had to do it." (Premonitional hat-tip to the Jurist)

Funny that, how when a release naming someone UNDER investigation came across your desk you didn't wonder just why this RCMP dude was telling you for. Or thought, hey, is this normal procedure? After all, neither his predecessor nor the RCMP were in the habit of naming names when an investigation was launched on, well, say this until charges were laid...
Now that you've helped rid the country of the Kelowna and Kyoto accords, reduced the dream of national childcare program to a by-gone era, helped hack such pesky ideas such as funding for women's groups and funding court challenges, and ensured that the new government's Zaccardelli won't be seriously investigating anything on government wrongdoing (except when using Mr Aspar Peabody's wayback machine), what are you going to do for an encore?

Maybe this guy needs a new blabbermouth...

2 comments:

Cicely said...

Oh please. The Liberal Party of Canada did sweet FA on the environment, national child care, land claims and a host of other progressive policies for 13 YEARS. The only reason that the Martin libs even put forward any of the initiatives you listed was to run left but we ALL know that when in power you guys run right and ignore all the progressive constituencies that you continue to try and terrify every election. As someone who was very involved in human rights lobbying for the LGBTQ community, I will tell you that the Liberal Party is big on talk and miniscule on action.

Jay said...

Thats strange cicely, I seem to remember getting married to my male partner. But I guess I am wrong the liberals did nothing with regard to same sex marriage.

Guess I should throw our rings away.

The NDP on the other hand by releasing this political interference piece helped create a situation where my marriage's legitimacy become the subject of a vote in the HOC.

You can argue that it had to be done blah blah blah but I find it strange that the NDP promotes itself as standing up for our rights but has no problem throwing these rights to the Neo-Con wolfpack for a few seats.

Well done cicely. We know where the NDP's interests purely lie.