Monday, May 31, 2010


Rob Anders gives some unintentional advice to Canada's opposition parties.

[Toronto Star, Not quite a Hallmark sentiment]

Thursday, May 20, 2010

I Made This

William Shatner totally looks like Stephen Harper.


Welcome to Our Nightmare

In the run up to the G20 summit happening in downtown Toronto, international journalists were treated to Conservative transparency [Toronto Star, International media learn the ways of Toronto — and politicians]

This is what the foreign and local media wanted to know: Will local businesses be reimbursed for G20 losses?

They leaned in, recorders extended.

“A protocol mechanism is in place to deal with all those concerns,” said a practised Rob Moore, minister of state for tourism and small business. [...]

“So you’ll compensate?” a local reporter prodded.

“Thank you,” Moore replied, stepping away.

“Did he answer the question?” asked Viviana Mazza, a reporter with Italy’s Corriere della Sera.
No, Viviana, he did not. But, that's what we've come to expect from this government.

Friday, May 07, 2010

Conservatives to Request Coalition with Liberal ...

... Democrats.

BBC, Election: Cameron makes offer to Lib Dems on government

David Cameron has reached out to the Liberal Democrats in an effort to form a government - after the UK general election resulted in a hung parliament.
Meanwhile, Conservatives here in Canada, while praising David Cameron's victory, still believe coalition governments are evil. The inanity.