Saturday, March 20, 2010

New Airport Security Measures Mean No Conservatives Allowed

After Helena Guergis's airport melt down on Prince Edward Isalnd, another Reformer has made an ass of themselves.

Mind you when Jean-Pierre Blackburn lost it, it was because someone had taken his Tequila.

What was he supposed to do?

Veterans Affairs Minister Jean-Pierre Blackburn has pologized for trying to bring a bottle of tequila through security at Ottawa airport last month.

Blackburn is the second member of Stephen Harper's cabinet forced to offer a public apology after recent exchanges with security personnel at Canadian airports.

"On February 23 I was at the Ottawa airport and a bottle of alcohol was confiscated from me because it exceeded the 100-millilitre limit," Blackburn said in a statement Friday.

Clearly, new security measures don't apply to the Harper government. But he apologized.

A lot of that going around lately. Maybe they should stop doing things they have to apologize for.

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