Saturday, October 16, 2010

When Stephen Harper Plays a Cop

I've never watched the show Murdoch Mysteries and after reading this you can be sure I never will.

Prime Minister Stephen Harper has taken his law and order agenda to a new level by making an appearance in the police procedural TV series Murdoch Mysteries.

Because the thought of that deranged authoritarian playing a desk sergeant is enough to give me nightmares.

Although I suppose since the series takes place during the time of Jack the Ripper.

It could be worse...

But can you believe it eh? He wanted to be a hockey star, but he couldn't play team sports, so he pretended to write a book about it.

Now he wants to build more prisons for invisible criminals, so he's playing a police officer, and pretending to book people.

Oh. My. Orwell. How many multiple personalities does he have?

Who said he's a control freak?

Shaftesbury CEO Christina Jennings told the Globe and Mail the PM was committed to his part and gave a few notes to the show's writers.

"He was pointing out a couple of little bits of historical accuracy," said Jennings.

And will he do ANYTHING to try to win a majority?

Gawd. Is Canada a police state or what?

The Prime Minister plays a police officer.

Be very very AFRAID...

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