Following Red Tory's earlier pointer, we meet "Orville" who, because he has no grip on reality, chooses to manufacture his own:
Can we keep things in perspective and limit the hyperbole and the Liberal manufactured indignation and fear mongering. The papers left behind by Bernier, although considered classified, were not, as only the CBC would call ’sensitive’.
Fact of the matter is that the content of the papers was available to anybody, subversive or otherwise, by a simple request via the access to information of the government.
And then reality steps up and plants one right in Orville's happy sack:
Harper government lacks transparency, information czar charges
Jack Aubry, CanWest News Service
Published: Wednesday, May 30 2007
OTTAWA - The Privy Council Office, which serves Prime Minister Stephen Harper and his cabinet, gets a failing grade for persistently dragging its feet on public requests for access to government information, Canada's new information czar says in a surprisingly tough report.
"Too often, responses to access requests are late, incomplete, or overly censored," Information Commissioner Robert Marleau said in an introduction to his first annual report. "Too often, access is denied to hide wrongdoing, or to protect officials or governments from embarrassment, rather than to serve a legitimate confidentiality requirement."
And, oh yeah:
Tories kill information registry
May 02, 2008 04:18 PM
THE CANADIAN PRESS
OTTAWA–The federal Conservatives have quietly killed a giant information registry that was used by lawyers, academics, journalists and ordinary citizens to hold government accountable.
As I said earlier, Orville, if you actually, like, know stuff, you tend to not look quite so imbecilic. It's just an observation.