This same man who day after day hammered opposition members in the House for years in a crude and denouncing manner is now understanding what it feels like when others, including the media, decide, with some justification, that you're the target.
Conservative MP David Wilks recently stood up against his own party to oppose Bill C-38, only to renege days later. In his withdrawal he proved once again that in modern Canada the PM, not the citizen voter, is the ultimate arbitrator of all things Canadian. If you eat your young, what will you do with the rest of the country? Thanks to Bill C-38, we're about to find out.
The New Orleans Saints has been charged with paying "bounties" to any of its players who targeted and inflicted serious injuries on opposing teams. This is an indication of how western societies have grown careless of standards that once characterized our public attitudes. Just look at the Canadian parliament.