Tuesday, September 30, 2014
I've written many stories about the callous way the Con regime and the military treat our wounded soldiers.
But since nothing ever seems to be done about it, and I've seen the horror up close, I'm just going to have to keep repeating this:
Making soldiers choose between their pensions and their mental health is the absolute limit.
Once upon a time Stephen Harper used to attack the governing Liberals all the time by accusing them of taking too many trips on Challenger jets.
But that was then and now it's different.
Now they're the Challenger Cons.
Even Mr Austerity likes to use them all the time...
And now Stephen Harper has taken his Flying Circus to new heights, by lending his friends his personal airbus.
Well it wasn't much of an apology.
The Sun News network has apologized to Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau and declared that an “offensive” rant against his parents’ morality — which included a description of Pierre Trudeau as a “slut” — should have never made it to air.
Ezra Levant wasn't man enough to deliver it himself.
So instead it was scrolled on the screen like a public health warning...
But it did tell us all we need to know about Sun News.
Monday, September 29, 2014
It's an amazing sight, and an incredibly inspiring one. Tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators defying the authorities in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong democracy protesters defied volleys of tear gas and police baton-charges to stand firm in the center of the global financial hub on Monday, one of the biggest political challenges for Beijing since the Tiananmen Square crackdown 25 years ago.
The so-called Umbrella Revolution...
But while I'm cheering the protesters on wildly, and praying for their safety at the same time.
You can be sure that Stephen Harper is shaking his umbrella at them, and cursing them loudly for threatening to rain on his parade.
Yes, according to Robert Fife:
Brian Mulroney called Liberals to say Sun Media will apologize tomorrow for offensive rant by @ezralevant vs @JustinTrudeau. #cdnpoli
— Robert Fife (@RobertFife) September 28, 2014
You know, the CTV reporter who first exposed the Senategate scandal.
And if it's true it couldn't be more delicious.
Or more humiliating for Levant.
Sunday, September 28, 2014
It couldn't have been a more jarring sight, or a more deeply disturbing one.
For there was Stephen Harper, back from his stunning performance as Great Mother Leader at the United Nations, where he posed as a friend of women and children, and a champion of peace.
Now in an unusually agitated state, bordering on hysteria. Rambling on about the Great War on ISIS.
Trying to make us believe that the caliphate is coming to behead us in our beds.
Saturday, September 27, 2014
I must admit when I first saw what Ezra Levant had said about Justin Trudeau's parents, I wondered whether Justin would challenge him to a duel.
So he could do to him what he did to Patrick Brazeau...
Because Levant was there that night covering the fight live for Sun News with his reptilian colleague Brian Lilley...
And I've never seen those two Con stooges look so bitterly disappointed after it was over. It was HILARIOUS.
But what really disappoints ME is the way so many of the useless stooges in the MSM are saying that Trudeau is wrong to boycott Sun News.
Well last night I brought you the sad story of the Con clown Paul Calandra who has been turning Parliament into a freak show, with the help of the Speaker who claims he just can't control him.
And I used this graphic to try to illustrate how Calandras's insane replies to opposition questions had turned Question Period into a madhouse...
So I'm happy to report that to illustrate tonight's story all I had to do was change the bottom right panel...
Because there was the Con clown today, in the Commons, apologizing to Tom Mulcair, and crying like a baby.
Friday, September 26, 2014
Ever since Andrew Scheer was appointed Speaker he has presided over the slow death of Canada's Parliament.
He has allowed his Cons to turn it into a fascist circus. He has allowed them to get away with not answering questions, and to make a mockery out of our democracy.
The way he allowed the Paul Calandra to answer Tom Mulcair's questions about Iraq the other day with a ranting rave about Israel, and then punished Mulcair for complaining was simply outrageous.
He has allowed it to become as Michael Den Tandt writes, nothing less a banquet of idiocy.
It was one of the weirdest most surrealistic days in the long and dark history of Harperland.
A day when all the voices in Stephen Harper's head seemed to be screaming at the same time.
WAR !!!! PEACE !!!! EARLY ELECTION !!!!
And in the House of Commons madness ruled.