Tuesday, February 25, 2014
Chris Alexander and the Con Assault on Justin Trudeau
Oh boy. I guess it's because we are winter. And this one has gone on for too long.
For what else could explain the grotesque sight of the ratty Chris Alexander, scurrying out of his PMO briefing.
To accuse Justin Trudeau of being a dangerous communist.
The Conservatives are seizing on Justin Trudeau’s comment that Russia could direct its Olympic hockey frustration at crisis-hit Ukraine as evidence the Liberal Leader is “in over his head.”
“Trudeau apparently thinks the situation in Ukraine is something to joke about,” Mr. Alexander said. “We don’t. And we are concerned there is not just one statement of this quality, but a pattern here of support for communist dictatorships, of belief in budgets balancing themselves and now of whimsical comments – offensive comments – about Ukraine’s future based on the result of a hockey game in Sochi.”
When all this absurd controversy shows is that the Cons are desperate, and Alexander will say ANYTHING.
As I've pointed out before...
Because let's be clear eh?
This is a tempest in a teapot or a samovar...
For starters because for those who don't know Quebec, the show Tout le Monde en Parle is a mix of current affairs and HUMOUR.
Secondly, because although Justin may have tried too hard to be funny, if you read the full transcript he isn't trying to make fun of what's happening in Ukraine.
He's poking fun at Putin, and there is some truth to what he says.
The fascist dwarf's Sochi Games were ruined, or made less than perfect, by the Russian hockey team's failure to win a gold medal.
Hockey is Putin's game...
So you can be sure that failure pissed him off to no end, and may well have made his mood even darker than it normally is.
And since nobody cares what Canada has to say about the Ukraine anyway, it's just another Con smear.
And the only one who looks like an absolute idiot is the hapless stooge Alexander.
The Harper government left the threat of sanctions against Russia on the table if it interferes in Ukraine, even as federal politicians in Ottawa reacted Monday to the convulsive events there with domestic political mud-slinging.
By first talking tough to the Russians, and then running for cover.
A day earlier, Alexander told CTV that “sanctions and other, and other measures potentially, as well” would be on the table if Russia intervened. Asked Monday, about those remarks Alexander explained that, “I was asked repeatedly by (the interviewer), ‘What if, what if, what if.’ ”
A written statement from Baird issued earlier Monday made no mention of sanctions against Russia.
And as for the NDP's attempt to pile on pathetically all I will say is this:
I'm probably going to vote you in the next election because you're the closest thing to a left-wing party, I live in a solid NDP area, and I'm not about to risk splitting the vote.
So please don't drag me into the gutter where the Cons live, when all I want to do is DESTROY them.
Please elevate your sights, stop being so damn small.
For I may not vote for Justin, but I despise bullies more than I despise ANYTHING.
And if you play the Con game, you will end up looking as dirty or as ratty as them...
Lordy. How low have we fallen?
Where has decency gone?
Defeat those filthy scum sucking Cons.
And make my country clean again...
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