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Jane Taber and Candy Hoeppner Are Now Into Fiction: Part 2–Inconsistencies Between Scrapping C-391 And Tough On Crime Agenda

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Part 2 doesn’t really have anything to do with Janie Taber’s little apparent attempt at fiction regarding Candy getcherguns Hoeppner’s little ego trip, but it did raise questions in mind like how does stripping away at gun control square with a tough on crime agenda? How does the meme of not wanting to . . . → Read More: Jane Taber and Candy Hoeppner Are Now Into Fiction: Part 2–Inconsistencies Between Scrapping C-391 And Tough On Crime Agenda

Jane Taber and Candy Hoeppner Are Now Into Fiction: Part 1– Diabolical Wedgie Games: The Politics

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Yes, Jane Taber is all ga ga giddy, again, for her precious Harpercons and this time it’s over her new girlfriend, Candy getchergun Hoeppner.  Boys ‘n’ girls, Janie is all ga ga giddy this time because she is of the belief that Candy getcherguns Hoeppner, and she alone, is responsible for collapsing the . . . → Read More: Jane Taber and Candy Hoeppner Are Now Into Fiction: Part 1– Diabolical Wedgie Games: The Politics

Gun Registry Passed; Stevie Spiteful Sets Trap Out of Spite; Opposition Don’t Step In It! Time to Move On

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Everywhere I’m reading from blogs, pundits; mainly the Harpercon cheerleaders; all saying that Stevie will get his majority due to this loss; he will campaign pretty much solely on scrapping the registry.  They actually think he will be successful! That’s fine. I wouldn’t expect anything less.  Pathetic, really.  One trick pony for the . . . → Read More: Gun Registry Passed; Stevie Spiteful Sets Trap Out of Spite; Opposition Don’t Step In It! Time to Move On

Stephen Taylor, Put Up or Shut Up!

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A typical Harpercon cheerleader’s modus operendi; psyche everyone out when things don’t look to be going their way. I had read on some of the blogs about Stephen Taylor tweeting that some Liberal MPs will be staying away from the vote tomorrow evening. I went to Twitter to check the feed out, to . . . → Read More: Stephen Taylor, Put Up or Shut Up!

Jack Got Lucky, Or Did He? Iggy On The Hot Seat. Bloc With Nothing To Lose. Stevie and Candy, Only Themselves To Blame–Some Last Thoughts Before Gun Registry Vote Tomorrow

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Dear readers, let’s forget for a moment where we stand on the long gun registry and gun control for a moment–it’s not what this post is about.  It’s solely about leadership and politics that have led to this point. Really, for the sake of this post, we could insert a vote on any . . . → Read More: Jack Got Lucky, Or Did He? Iggy On The Hot Seat. Bloc With Nothing To Lose. Stevie and Candy, Only Themselves To Blame–Some Last Thoughts Before Gun Registry Vote Tomorrow

It Must Suck To Be John Baird

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“Toronto Elitists!” He called Iggy and Jack, as well as urban Canadians,  for getting the votes together to  strike Mullet Head Hoeppner’s bill.

“It appears the die is cast, but we’ll have to wait for next week’s vote to see which opposition MPs are brave enough to show up in the House to . . . → Read More: It Must Suck To Be John Baird

Who Knew That Concerns About Conjugal Violence Could Be Reduced To a Simple Wedge Issue?

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That’s exactly what Lorne Gunter did in his column this morning.

When Heather Mallick writes in the Toronto Star that women worry about the end of the registry because it protects them against having “their own personal bodies torn apart by bullets,” that’s somehow not a wedge? When she adds “there are women . . . → Read More: Who Knew That Concerns About Conjugal Violence Could Be Reduced To a Simple Wedge Issue?

Well, Jack, Who Are We Supposed To Blame Then? Isn’t This The Sort of Thing You Chastise The Liberals For?

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Well, it’s official now. Jack Layton will not be whipping his caucus into voting against Mullet head Hoeppner’s Bill c-391, the scrapping of the long gun registry which will no doubt, set the precedent for Stevie Spiteful to go the way of no gun control, just like Texas and Arizona. Way to go . . . → Read More: Well, Jack, Who Are We Supposed To Blame Then? Isn’t This The Sort of Thing You Chastise The Liberals For?

The Hypocrisy and Confusion That is Tasha Kheiriddin

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Tasha Kheiridin’s columns as of late really shows her off to be a wannabe, using terms that no longer exist, like small c conservative. No such thing anymore.  And no Tasha, the Harpercons are not right of center; they’re to the far right.  Right of center would have been the Progressive conservatives of . . . → Read More: The Hypocrisy and Confusion That is Tasha Kheiriddin