Friday, January 01, 2010

Hello? Remember this?


Just in case it got lost in the end-of-year shuffle, let me once again remind you of this:

Mr. Layton remembers when Mr. Harper, as leader of the Official Opposition, lambasting [sic] the Chr├ętien government's plans to prorogue Parliament back in 2003, to prevent the Auditor-General from reporting on possible abuse of the sponsorship program in Quebec.

“The government will prorogue the House so that it will not be held accountable for its shameful record,” Mr. Harper thundered.

Perhaps we should keep reminding folks of that on a regular basis. It's just a thought.

OH, YEAH, THAT'S PRECIOUS:


5 comments:

TS said...

an oldie but a goodie here too (for all i know i originally found this here)

frank said...

That's a great idea! I think the liberals shameful record of theft and abuse of the public purse should never be forgotten. Chretien is quite possibly the most corrupt Prime Minister in Canadas history.

CC said...

Give the keyboard back to Daddy, Frank. That's a good boy.

Ti-Guy said...

Frank can't help it; he's from that demographic of people for whom Mr. Critical Thinking vacated the premises long ago. Remember, these are people who can find a way to blame 9/11 on the NEP. They'll grasp at anything. Including that withered gherkin located between their fat...

...nah, a little too vulgar for the New Year.

meddy said...

“The government will prorogue the House so that it will not be held accountable for its shameful record,” Mr. Harper

Pass it on.