Wednesday, July 06, 2005

Paul Martin: Infuriating

According to his pal, Bono ("You're infuriating," Bono tells Canadian PM):
"He's very difficult to deal with because he won't agree to things that he doesn't believe he can deliver, although that is very frustrating and annoying and infuriating."
That also applies to better health care, an improved military, and anything that can improve Canada - he's very infuriating that way.

Bono failed to realize that if you yell at the Prime Minister or elect him to a minority, you'll get new natural resources agreements, money for fictional child care systems, plus an inquiry into Liberal Party corruption.


I wonder if Bono refuses to attend the next Liberal leadership convention, he'll get his money for Africa?

3 comments:

koby said...

"He's very difficult to deal with because he won't agree to things that he doesn't believe he can deliver, although that is very frustrating and annoying and infuriating,"

How the hell did he end the sentence? Although indicates a contrast, between the what is said in the first clause and the second.

Jim said...

I don't know if you saw the interview, but Bono was clearly not happy. He was kind of smirking when he said the "difficult deal" part, kind of like he knew it was going to be rough - but that he thought he'd give in.

I will go on record that I agree with the PM on this. We should be fixing things here first; but it is kind of nice to see somebody else frustrated with Mr. Martin.

Storm Trooper said...

Yeah - why would you promise something that might be difficult or impossible to do? It just gives the opposition ammunition. Besides - who gives a damn about Bono anyway? :)