Oh dear. What a dilemma eh? I just created my very own Con Klown Hypocrisy Award. But now I can't seem to decide who is this week's winner. So please help me out .
Here are the candidates in no particular order:
(1) PHILLIP HINKLE, the 64-year-old Republican State Representative from Indiana, who is a well known Christianist anti-gay activist, and the man who got the state to offer an "In God We Trust" license plate.
But apparently has a thing for teenage boy hookers.
The email exchange is in response to the Craigslist posting in which the young man -- who lists his age as 20 in the ad but says he is 18 years old -- says, "I need a sugga daddy."
The young man told The Star that they met, but that he tried to leave after the man told him he was a state lawmaker. He said the lawmaker at first told him he could not leave, grabbed him in the rear, exposed himself to the young man and then later gave him an iPad, BlackBerry cellphone and $100 cash to keep quiet.
(2) BRIAN LILLEY, the Sun News columnist, who is always going on about separatists and radical lefties, but is apparently unaware of what's going on in his own organization.
And the former terrorists they employ.
Brian has every right in the world to denounce radical left-wing fringe elements, real or imagined, in Canadian society. However, he might have taken a look in his backyard before getting all frothy. Had he done so, he’d note that QMI, Sun’s own press agency, which provides much of the content to the Sun chain of papers, regularly publishes the bon mots of one Jacques Lanctôt.
He was one of the driving forces behind the Front de libération de Québec (FLQ) and founder of the FLQ’s ‘Liberation cell’ that was responsible for the kidnapping of British trade secretary James Cross in 1970. He served three years in jail as a result, and went into exile for eight years after his release. Now he writes for the same outfit as Brian Lilley, who for some reason has made no mention of this flagrant infiltration of a known communist, separatist radical into one of the largest media companies in the country. What if the CBC had published the columns of a known communist, separatist radical? You think we’d be hearing the same silence?
(3) GIORGIO MAMMOLITI, Rob Ford's right hand
Even though Mammy himself is rather partial to golf.
Toronto city hall has seen few more dedicated riders of the municipal gravy train than Mammoliti. In past years he was remarkably free with taxpayer-funded office expenses, once arguing that councillors who didn’t exhaust their expense budget, then $70,000, simply weren’t doing a good job. He even voted against ending councillors’ free golf privileges, resulting in a 22-22 tie which kept that outrageous perk alive.
Gawd. You see what I mean? What a difficult choice eh?
Oh well. I leave it up to you to decide who deserves all the manure they can bag.
And all I will say is Hinkle is in a pinkle. Lilley is so shilly.
And of course, Mammy is Mammy...
Oh Mammy, Mammy, I need a sugga daddy, or a golf club.