... at the Denny's buffet:
Apparently they are entitled to their entitlements. They are the natural governing party. This entitlements [sic] includes stealing tax money, live in slaves, all claims of patritism [sic], all immigrant votes, support from all journalists, immunity from prosecution or investigation and access to handicapped parking.
And what did Jabba the Roy think worthy of reproducing?
POSTED BY TIM BOUSQUET ON MON, MAY 25, 2009 AT 2:49 PM
I should know by now to carry my camera with me everywhere. Yesterday, national Liberal Party leader Michael Ignatieff spoke at the Dartmouth Sportsplex arena to shore up support for provincial Liberal Party leader Stephen McNeil. I was downstairs in the gym.
When I left, there was the Liberal Party van parked sideways across six handicap parking spaces, with cones and ribbons around it lest any handicapped driver get any ideas.
Cool. And if we follow Jabba the Roy's actual link to its source, is there anything else that might be newsworthy (emphasis leg-humpingly added)?
... When I left, there was the Liberal Party van parked sideways across six handicap parking spaces, with cones and ribbons around it lest any handicapped driver get any ideas.
The Sportsplex blocks these spaces with uncomfortable regularity, but you gotta wonder why none of the Liberal handlers or pols didn't say, "Hey, the optics are all wrong here, let's park on the other side of the door and block the non-restricted parking instead."
It could, I suppose, be argued that there is a surplus of handicap parking spaces at the Sportsplex—there are four immediately in front of the door, with the six across the lane from the door; I rarely see more than three or four in use, but on the other hand, if they're all going to be used it'll be for some high-profile event like, say, the appearance of the national leader of a political party.
Yeah, missing all that delicious context. That's so incredibly mudfortunate, wouldn't you say? Blogging Tory dr. roy: because someone has to make Hunter look positively intellectual.