UPDATE: Ah, yes, Mr. Demers -- that's much better. (Feel free to correct it yet again, Mr. Demers -- I have the screenshots. :-)
(PARENTHETICAL AFTERSNARKIAL UPDATE: You have to love the motto of Mr. Demers' blog: "A collection of thoughts from four University Students who grew up in Toronto and saw through the dogmatic agendas of Canada's educational institutions ..."
No, wait, don't tell me, Will -- you came up through Ontario's publicly-funded, Catholic school system, right? Go on, admit it -- the irony would be delightful.)
Back here in the comments section, "Toronto Tories" blogger William E. Demers got his Underoos all bunched up about being held up to modest ridicule:
Despite all the hatred that is being spouted here, the analysis was taken of political blogs within Canada, for the purpose of looking at the 3 major parties. The Bloc has been left out for their desire to be obstructive in parliament, and as their prime agenda is to seperate from our country.
Even if I had included the Bloc, you'd still tell me that we Conservatives are a bunch of misinformed people.
Your closed minds are unfortunate.
Um, yeah ... about that "misinformed" thingie (emphasis totally unnecessary):
Jeane Pierre's Resignation Sparks Rumours of the Young Pretender
Written by William E. Demers:
Today, the Globe and Mail reported on the resignation of Liberal MP Jeanne Pierre.
"Quebec Liberal MP Jean Lapierre is resigning from the federal party caucus, further boosting the prospects of the minority Conservative government.
Any further commentary on my part would be simply cruel.