Wednesday, June 08, 2016
Is Michelle Rempel Slowly Losing Her Marbles?
For weeks Michelle Rempel has been keeping a fairly low profile, and staying out of trouble.
But knowing Rempel, I knew that wouldn't last.
And sure enough there she was yesterday, having a hissy fit in the Commons.
It all began when Rempel, the Con's immigration and refugee critic, asked the immigration minister John McCallum a legitimate question about this unfortunate situation.
But since Rempel couldn't resist adding a snarky comment. And McCallum replied by making a harmless joke.
After that it was all downhill.
And when it was over I couldn't help wondering whether Rempel is slowly losing her mind.
For she's hardly in a position to pose as a champion of the refugees in this country.
Not with a barbaric record like that one.
And not after the way she tried to get us to accept as few refugees as possible...
By trying to make them sound like some deadly threat.
Or the way she tried to please her Big Daddy Stephen Harper...
But then I realized she must be acting that way because she's just frustrated.
For sadly her plans to become the leader of the Harper Party are going absolutely nowhere.
Because if you remember she tried to become interim leader by teaming up with Denis Lebel...
Only to be left standing at the altar when Lebel ran off with Rona Ambrose.
And now that it's slowly sinking in that the Cons might not be able to use a referendum to sabotage electoral reform.
For the simple reason it would be illegal.
She must be starting to realize that the Cons will never get anywhere near power again, so she will NEVER be Prime Minister.
That horrible thought must be driving her CRAAAAAAZY.
And one can only hope she doesn't try to drown her sorrows...
For as you know she's a wine expert, or a sommelier.
But then of course who could blame her? I don't drink, but if I was a Con I'd probably be blotto all the time.
Because they are a ghastly, humourless, and increasingly desperate gang.
And they ARE all heading for oblivion...
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