Thursday, August 27, 2009

Former PM (and former Conservative) Mulroney gives up goods to CBC on split with Harper.

Brian "isn't concerned" about Stevie not being that into him anymore.


10 comments:

Patrick Ross said...

And yet somehow you are.

Isn't that ironic?

Ken S from Ramara said...

Harpo was right to shun you, Brian. Your a lying sack of ... If it was me I'd revoke your citizenship!!!!

Audrey II said...

No, but it is ironic to misuse the word "ironic". Good show!

Patrick Ross said...

Interestingly enough, Audrey, I think we've all seen that episode of Friends. Then again, we've all seen how content you are to be living in the past.

And if one can't comprehend the irony of Audrey caring more about the issues between Brian Mulroney and Stephen Harper than Mulroney himself does, then it would seem that one is just entirely hopeless, wouldn't it?

Unless, of course, you're Audrey.

Audrey II said...

I actually haven't seen that episode of "Friends". Never really cared for the show and can probably count the number of times I've watched it on one hand. I do (again), however, appreciate the illustration of poor deductive reasoning skills. There's nothing quite as amusing as self-inflicted wounds.

As for my above post, I do find Harper's attempt at historical revisionism amusing and interesting. If you'd like to conclude that my two short and sarcastic blog posts are proof of me "caring more than Mulroney himself" and that it's "ironic" for me to post about Mulroney doth protesting too much, then be my guest. It wouldn't be the first time you've put that kind of intellectual prowess on display and it likely won't be the last.

Best of luck with the tenability of your "living in the past" routine!

Patrick Ross said...

Mulroney doth protest too much?

"He severed relations with me, which, when you've been prime minister, doesn't really mean very much to you. There's nothing that I worry about [that] Mr. Harper can or cannot do," Mulroney said. "That's his decision."

Perhaps he doth protest too little for your tastes.

As for "historical revisionism", considering that you declined to provide any support for that argument, it's impossible to take it seriously.

Which is really becoming something of a theme around here.

Audrey II said...

I whole heartedly agree that there's a re-occuring theme here of you declaring things things and people as impossible for you to take seriously.

How ironic.

Patrick Ross said...

Hmmm.

I was actually referring to the recurring theme of you saying self-contradictory and generally stupid things.

But I'm not shocked you weren't able to comprehend that.

Audrey II said...

Pat, given your posting history, "What Patrick Ross identifies as self-contradictory and generally stupid" doesn't carry nearly the sting you seem to want it to.

I do,however, hope it works out for you as well as your hapless "living in the past" schtick did. Now that was some comedy gold.

Keep putting that lack of self-awareness on full display!

Patrick Ross said...

You know, Audrey, you can either try to wriggle free of the shadow of your self-contradictory tripe, or you can actually read the news article in question.

It seems that you care an awful lot more about whatever divisions persist between Brian Mulroney and Stephen Harper than Mulroney himself does -- despite your categorization of Mulroney's comments here.

I suppose you might need the irony explained to you.

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