Despite the rally, Prince Albert MP Randy Hoback said the government's decision to prorogue parliament until March hasn't caused a flood of emails or phone calls to his office.
"Our constituents have more concerns on their minds," he said by phone Tuesday from California, where he is vacationing. "They want us to concentrate on jobs, get people back to work, and get the budget back in order. And that's what I'll focus on when I get back to Parliament and that's what I'm focusing on now."
Focusing on jobs, while VACATIONING in CALIFORNIA. You must have a pretty big set of BALLS to actually book a vacation the week you were supposed to return to Parliament. Reaching elephantitis-like dimensions to posit you're focusing on jobs while you're away from yours.
Apparently, the vacation was taken just prior to Parliament's return. Wasn't clear from link, but I should have checked original article. Apologize for error.