Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Harper not Accountable

Harpercrite has struck again. The PM hides under the shadow of Parliament. Now, if that's not scandalous I don't know what is. Paying a candidate off (or, in this case, reneging on a deal) might be construed as shady. But hey, he doesn't have to testify because Parliament is sitting. So much for the "new" and improved "accountable" Conswervatives.


Bits and Bites

Greg Fergus has been named National Director for the Liberal Party of Canada. Greg is a longtime Liberal activist.

I guess Jack and Gilles really don't want an election.

3 comments:

Canajun said...

What I don't understand is how this is any different than O'Brien's alleged promise to pay Kilrea's election expenses if he were to drop out.
In the O'Brien case, the OPP are investigating - why is there not a similar investigation under way in this case?

JimBobby said...

Whooee! If the grits wanna win, this accountability an' transparency issue needs to be THE issue. Dion's been musing intellectual about electoral reform an' I seen some boogs where they think that's a winnin' issue. It ain't. It's dull, unsexy an' requires simple arithmetic -- b-o-r-i-n-g.

The votin' public eats up stories of abuse of gummint power. The grits have been in teh wilderness fer a little bit an' the rottenest ones (Q-beck wing) are pretty much out in the cold. If TROC sees what a hypocrit Harper is, they'll reject him.

I figger time's workin' against King Steve. The longer he's in, the worse he looks.

JB

Abdul-Rahim said...

Leyton and Duceppe should be very scared. I don't know why they pretended all these weeks that they were going to act as some sort of principled opposition.