Oh no. How embarrassing. Remember how the other day I asked Bev Oda if I could call her a limousine?
To take her to the
Well, what I really meant to say, was could I call her a wheelbarrow?
International Co-operation Minister Bev Oda told Parliament Monday that she was the person who altered a recommendation from her staff to deny funding to a church-backed aid group.
"The CIDA officials did forward a document in which they sought approval of the recommendation for funding of the Kairos proposal. But ultimately the decision to provide funding was mine — or, to NOT provide funding — was mine as minister of international co-operation," she said.
"I was fully aware that my decision was not aligned with the recommendation of the department."
So they can wheel her all the way to a public inquiry.
Gawd. No wonder she's looking over her shoulder eh? Because that's not what she suggested before.
Liberal foreign affairs critic Bob Rae said the minister was contradicting her earlier remarks.
"She said in committee she didn't know who put the 'NOT' in there. Now she's in a sense taking one for the team, saying I instructed them to do it."
And you know what her "team" is like...
And what Stephen Harper likes to do to fallen women...
But that's the best part eh? Oda is just a tool who will do anything she is told. And I mean ANYTHING... for a limo.
But now maybe she can join the witness protection program, and tell us who in the Con mob ordered this savage hit on a gentle, decent, humanitarian, and very Canadian organization like KAIROS? And why?
Because if Canadians could get a glimpse of the sinister thugs in the PMO, and a sniff of their poisonous Amerikan-style ideology, the Cons would NEVER get their precious majority. They'd probably have to jail half the population just to stay in power.
Hmmm... you know I think I'm going to enjoy this sordid gangster movie. It's got everything eh?
A mob, a maniac, AND a useful idiot.
Bev, Bev, can I call you a supermarket cart?