Monday, June 1, 2009

I'd Like to Fire Pierre Poilievre but With All the Tapes I Have on Him ...

Despite the fact that Pierre Poilievre has repeatedly made racist and damaging remarks, and acted in a completely dishonourable fashion, Stephen Harper has yet to remove him from caucus, or even shown any desire to muzzle him.

I know he likes that Pierre is one of his pit bulls, who is constantly chomping on the legs of opposition MPs, but when is he going to realize that that this little weasel is damaging his credibility? What little credibility he has left anyway.

After revealing the true nature of his party with his ridiculous attack on the victims of child abuse in the residential schools, he's once again showing his redneck leanings; this time with anti-black reference.
He might as well have used the "N" word. This guy has got to go.
By Glen McGregor,
The Ottawa Citizen
May 29, 2009

OTTAWA — Opposition MPs called on Nepean-Carleton MP Pierre Poilievre to apologize for using the phrase “tar baby” in the House of Commons Friday, saying the term has racist overtones.

Poilievre, the parliamentary secretary to the prime minister, was speaking during question period, responding to Liberal leader Michael Ignatieff’s attempts to distance himself from the Green Plan (SB
'Green Shift') proposed by his redecessor, St├ęphane Dion. “On that side of the House, they have the man who fathered the carbon tax, put it up for adoption to his predecessor and now wants a paternity test to prove the tar baby was never his in the first place,” he said. He repeated the line again later ....

If the Conservative attitude to everything is just 'well they said it first', then it's no wonder they're slipping in the polls. This is a remark that should not be going down in the annal of Parliament for a new millennium.

Poilievre needs to research his speeches first before risking such censure.
Besides, for God sakes, the Carbon tax is dead, despite the fact that most economists and environmentalists thought it the best idea to fight global warming. The Cons are now trying to give it another kick at the cat to create an imaginary boogey man.

Ironically, Jason Kenney's new aid, Alykhan Velshi, who was formerly part of the Bush Administration, belongs to a neo-conservative organization Foundation for the Defense of Democracies', who on their website, promote the Carbon Tax and oppose Obama's (and subsequently the Conservative Party of Canada's) 'Cap and Trade'.

Should we see if Jason Kenney has some illegitimate children he'd like to show off?

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