Monday, October 23, 2006

Your (sort of) daily Joel.


Poor Joel -- still having trouble connecting the dots. Here, let's give him a hand. First, there's Prime Minister Whiny-Ass Titty Baby from earlier in the year:

Prime Minister Stephen Harper accused members of the national media on Wednesday of bias, vowing to avoid them from now on in favour of less hostile local reporters.

Then there's Joel yesterday:

Today on liberalvision, the liberal media producers decided that the best thing to do would be to assemble a whole segment devoted exclusively to a panel of three people who are by profession against the Conservative Party and everything it stands for, to talk about the Conservatives’ Clean Air plan which was released this past week. CTV’s “Question Period” has no Conservative Party member on the panel of geniuses, nor anyone who isn’t a critic of the plan.

Come on, Joel ... there are only two dots here. I have every confidence you can pencil in the line between them.

AFTERSNARK: It might be time to invoke some variant of the "MacKay rule" from back here, as Joel seems utterly incapable of coming to grips with the spelling of someone's last name:

... Tabor ... Taber ... Taber ... Tabor ... Tabor ...

Come on, Joel. It's only five letters. Concentrate. Once you can get through that "connecting the dots" thing, this should be a piece of cake.

1 comment:

Adam said...

Does he mean that, somewhere in Canada, there's someone who isn't critical of the "plan"?