Thursday, June 9, 2011

'Assholery for me...

...but not for thee'!

For the record, I'm not a big fan of disrupting parliament with protest signs. In the long run, I think antics like that are counterproductive. That said, it's a long way from malicious defamation.

Long live the conservative aptitude for self-awareness & shamelessness!


sassy said...

From your first link

"Could be charged with contempt of parliament"

Does that mean the Gov. Gen will call an election and we get to vote for new pages?

Zorpheous said...

well we all know that a contempt of Parliament charge means absolutely nothing, those kind of charges are always political based,... at least that was the excuse the CPC (Contempt Party of Canada) said about their own charge.

Ya, I say Pratrick's blog post on the matter, and I figure he has about integrity on the subject as I do about criticizing peoples spelling and grammar.

thwap said...

harpercon supporters have no business defending the integrity of Parliament after the shit they pulled.

Total hypocrites of the worst kind.

No surprise that fat, lying fuckwad splatrick ross is on the wrong side of this one.

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