Jul 12, 2013 at 10:40:54
“Re: "...when cabinet ministers regularly indulge in automatic ad hominem attacks rather than a reasoned response, you know there is something fundamental wrong and dysfunctional at the core of that political party and movement."
Very well put Jim. It's a sad, sad reflection on our entire electoral system that it is even POSSIBLE for things to have sunk to such an abysmal level.”
Jul 6, 2013 at 18:52:18
“The CONs are entitled to their own opinion, of course....they are NOT entitled to their own set of facts, however.”
ELBROZO on Jul 10, 2013 at 06:27:19
“Right as usual Pesky.
It is bad enough that they have stolen every cent possible from us but now?? They want to lay claim to our country??
Not ever. Harper is a cancer that should have been operated on a long time ago.
If Canadians had got off their duffs and stood up for their country,Harper and his forty thieves would no longer be with us stealing more!! more and more.
Where is that 3.2 billion dollars?
Where is that cheque from Whrite??
Where is our GG and why has he not cancelled this government??”
colpy on Jul 7, 2013 at 17:32:52
“Perhaps you should spend a little less time being "pesky" and a little more time being Canadian....and read some of our history.”
Jul 6, 2013 at 18:47:40
“Re: "The saying "Actions speak louder than words." often comes to my mind when comparing what the conservatives say with what they do."
True...ESPECIALLY when the Harper CONs were in Opposition.
"At worst, he personally ordered it done and chose the people who executed the plan. At the very least, he fostered an attitude within the party [...], chose the managers of the people who committed these crimes and completely and utterly failed to exercise any oversight, supervision or leadership.
In the end, it doesn’t really matter where [his] actions or lack of them fall on that scale. He is the leader and a leader is responsible for the actions of the people he leads.
If he had a right or honourable bone in his body, he’d admit that and resign immediately."
-Stephen Harper during the Gomery investigation.””