Tuesday, October 20, 2009

The Con Porkers and the Patronage Scandal

OMG. It's like a bad horror movie.These Con porkers are out of control. First they corrupt our democracy with their Big Cheques.

To try to STEAL the next election with OUR money.

Then they get into such a rutting frenzy, they start rubbing up against doorknobs claiming they're stimulating the economy.

When of course they're only stimulating THEMSELVES.

Grunt. Squeal.

Now it turns out they've been squirting patronage manure all over their own ridings.

Conservative ridings across Canada received more than their fair share of big-money stimulus projects paid for by taxpayers, an investigation into the Harper government's Economic Action Plan shows.

An Ottawa Citizen-Halifax Chronicle-Herald investigation shows 57 per cent of the projects, with more than $1 million in federal funding nationwide, went to Conservative ridings.

The party holds only 46 per cent of the seats in the House of Commons. Conservative ridings therefore received 23 per cent more million-dollar-plus projects than if the projects were divided evenly among all ridings.

The filthy little piggies.

They hated all those stimulus dollars. Until they got a whiff of them. Oink. Oink. And then they couldn't keep their snouts out of the trough.

Welcome to the Conservative PATRONAGE Scandal. The biggest and porkiest patronage scandal in Canadian political history.

Golly. I love bacon don't you?

I do believe we have them where we want them. Now more than ever we need to know what they've done with OUR money.

And before these Con hogs try to steal our country.

We need a public INQUIRY...


  1. Hey, Simon...did you hear about the PRIVATE school that's getting some of this cash for an indoor soccer pitch? It was all over the news yesterday. Presumably it will be rented to the community, but the school is in an out-of-the-way location. Meanwhile, lots of public areas further into town got robbed. Hmmm, yeah, tell me the Tories don't have a not-so-secret agenda!

  2. Hi Bina...yes I did. It happened in Collingwood. All that money for a private school ...and they say poor people can use the soccer pitch when they don't need it?
    Muahahaha. I looked up Collingwood on Google Earth and if I remember how to drive I may be visiting it soon... :)