Thursday, May 24, 2012
The Con Mob and the Sad Case of David Wilks
Oh.My.Gorilla. I told you the Con mob was scarier than the Sopranos eh? Just look what they did to poor David Wilks.
One moment he was criticizing Stephen Harper's sinister Trojan Horse budget.
A Conservative backbench MP has publicly broken ranks with the government and said the massive budget omnibus bill should be split up — but says he is powerless to change it.
The next moment he wasn't.
"I support this bill, and the jobs and growth measures that it will bring for Canadians in Kootenay-Columbia and right across the country,".... I look forward to supporting the bill and seeing it passed," Wilks says.
Jesus, Mary, and Al Capone, what did they do to that poor guy ??? Did they send him a Trojan horse's head? Was Vic Toews involved?
Did they bust his kneecaps, his nuts, or just steal his courage? And if so, what else is going on at Con Headquarters?
The Conservative Party has admitted that an accused drug trafficker worked on its database of sensitive donor information before she was charged with trafficking marijuana and contributing to organized crime.
That we and the police should know about.
And then of course, there's the Case of the Stolen Election. And that's pretty depressing too. The gambit failed. Michael Sona isn't talking. Pierre Poutine is still at large. And this other Con operative is invoking the word of God.
Andrew Prescott, who calls his web-log “Christian Conservative,” posted what he called “My Official Statement,” on his site.
He quoted scripture to make his case that he follows the rules, writing: “Let every soul be subject to the governing authorities. For there is no authority except from God, and the authorities that exist are appointed by God. Therefore whoever resists the authority resists the ordinance of God, and those who resist will bring judgment on themselves.”
Which isn't just weird. It's deeply disturbing.
Who are those Cons? What are they trying to do to Canada? Why are they hiding stuff like this in their stealth budget bill?
To give just two example: the bill grants U.S. law enforcement agents the same power to enforce Canadian Acts of Parliament as members of the RCMP, if they are participating in integrated cross-border operations; it also disbands appeal tribunals covering Old Age Security, the Canada Pension Plan and Employment Insurance programs, terminating 1,000 federal government appointees, in order to replace them with a much smaller Social Security Tribunal.
Why are they waging war on the poor, and selling off our country to foreign interests?
Oh boy. So much for democracy in Canada.
And the good news?
One day Stephen Harper will tell a panel of judges that he didn't know NOTHING.
But they'll take one look at his ghastly mob, and at the sad case of David Wilks.
And they won't believe him...