If our taxes weren't going to pay the salaries of these women, I would forbid them to ever show up in the House of Commons again. ... on second thought, maybe we should pay them to stay the hell home. They are a disgrace.
We've got Cheryl Gallant suggesting that a soldier dies every time we debate the war in Afghanistan and even accused Jack Layton of being directly responsible for one death. And yet it was discussed two years ago that the way we were handling Afghan Detainees may have directly affected the safety of our men and women in uniform.
Then there's Diane Finley, the second absolute moron in the video, who recently lost passport applications and didn't even advice the victims; caught lying about the cost of EI Reform. Four billion dollars was a lark. The Parliamentary budget officer confirmed that it would be about 1 billion.
And of course she was set up by that little twit Hoeppner, who dared to show her face at the ceremony marking the 20th anniversary of the Dec. 6 massacre at Montreal's L'École Polytechnique, after presenting the bill to scrap the gun registry that was created in their memory.
They should stick to making coffee and sandwiches for the boys, because these women do not represent us.
I don't know if they are really this stupid, or if the boys demand they look stupid, so they don't get shown up. For Hoppy's information we need a childcare plan, and most working women agree, so never ever, ever; assume you have the right to speak for us on this issue.
Tory `girlfriends' hew to party line on femicide
By Antonia Zerbisias Living Columnist
December 4, 2009
If it weren't so hypocritical, it would be hysterical.
On Wednesday, at a Parliament Hill ceremony marking the 20th anniversary of the Dec. 6 massacre at Montreal's L'École Polytechnique, Conservative MP Candice Hoeppner co-starred in Status of Women minister Helena Guergis's show of sympathy. Bad enough that, last month, Guergis voted for Bill C-391, the legislation that aims to kill the long-gun registry and Hoeppner was the one to introduce it in the House.
No wonder that Status of Women committee members Anita Neville (L-Winnipeg South Centre), Irene Mathyssen (NDP-London- Fanshawe) and the Bloc's warrior queen of women's rights, Nicole Demers (Laval), boycotted the ceremony. As Neville told me Wednesday, "The Conservatives' record on women has just been abominable.'' ...