He'd been shrieking and screaming at anyone within earshot for 2 1/2 hours by then.I can only imagine the drubbing he's taking in Old Europe. No one deserves it more.
Clark's portrait was revealed today. You'll notice this one already has a frame behind it ;)"I can only imagine the drubbing he's taking in Old Europe. "CBC rhymed off three separate British papers, all very unflattering. Harper's big annual moment, haunted.
I almost feel sorry for him.Almost...
Yet, there seems to be plenty of hints that someone knew this was gonna hit the fan -- so timing it just before he leaves the country, then expecting the story to peter out after so many shots of him plodding beside another european leader, is almost plausible with this puppetmaster.Funny how whether or not a minister's squeeze has ties to organized crime is no one's business, yet dare to dabble with a lowly subordinate and father a child, getting caught in a messy divorce in the process, has deemed Vic Toews as Mr Invisible.
Just think, if only the cowardly Liberals would have been willing to pull the plug on the government this spring - this scandal, along with the Elections Canada raids and the Cadman affair could have all dogged the Tories in the middle of an election campaign - and there would have been a good chance to defeat the Tories. Instead, the Liberal chickens decided to prop up the Tories and give them tons of time to re-tool and recover from these incidents. Thanks to Liberal cowardice, the next election won't be until November at the earliest (in other words an eternity) the Tories will have a whole summer to develop new strategies, a new policy agenda and to let the public forget about this and to run more ads attacking Dion etc...Harper must be on his hands and knees in gratitude that Dion is too much of a coward to have voted non-confidence this spring - as it turns out an election this spring could have been a disaster for Harper - but thanks to Dion, he lives to fight another day.
anonThat's all fine and dandy, I thought that too about Cadman when it looked like we would go, but it's all crystal ball stuff, which is really irrelevant to the decision making at the time.
Be careful when you talk about dogs, Steve V. The two most popular dogs in Parliament are John Baird and Kyoto. Harper may vent his frustrations by sending Baird's semi to Stornoway and try to run over Kyoto while Mme Dion is walking the dog.An apt parable would be that Bernier was the stray cat that got run over in the alley by a Harley. Harper is very much a cat person, especially cats that prefer cheddar than leather sofas.
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