Saturday, November 21, 2009

Time for another swift boot to the nads, I think.

There's the news of the day:

Weak growth delays Flaherty attack on deficit

As Canada's economy struggles to gain momentum, Jim Flaherty faces a delicate balancing act.

On one side, he says the economy is stable enough that no new stimulus measures are required. On the other, it's not strong enough to allow the government to tackle its massive deficits.

And there's the mullet that walks like a man:

... as it stands now, there is no deficit, and there won't be ...

That one's just never getting old, is it?

1 comment:

Kelseigh said...

No new stimulus measures are required, eh?

What was that number of places that hadn't even gotten promised stimulus money yet?