Thursday, May 22, 2008
I guess that's what you call "proof."
ZOMG!!! It's not only deluded, advanced senility victim Sandy Crux that calls Stephen Harper's unrealized propaganda announcements "accomplishments." Apparently, Stephen Harper does, too. So there you have it -- you can all shut up now.
OH, GOD, THE PATHOLOGY OF IT ALL. I know I've linked to it just recently, but this pathetic screed by Sandy in which she tortures the English language beyond all reasonable bounds has a bit of unintentional hilarity.
In trying to claim as "accomplishments" things that haven't actually, like, happened, Sandy has the nerve to link to dictionary.reference.com for a particularly forgiving definition of that word, to wit: "an act or instance of carrying into effect."
And yet ... and yet ... if we go to the very same link Sandy provides and read the definition for ourselves, and take the trouble to read the very next word in the supplied definition, what we see is (emphasis added), "an act or instance of carrying into effect; fulfillment".
Wow. That was some convenient spot where Sandy stopped quoting, wasn't it? One might claim that she was hideously dishonest, if one hadn't already written her off as depressingly retarded.
And no, we're not done here. Sandy-bashing: it's what's for dinner.