Saturday, January 09, 2010

A well-paid whore is still a whore: the Pamela Wallin edition.


Conservative Senator Pam Wallin does her pimp's master's bidding:

A new feud is brewing in the Senate after Liberal senators said they plan to release a controversial committee report on the RCMP while Parliament is shut down -- a move the Tories say is "unprecedented, dangerous and offensive." ...

Conservative Senator Pamela Wallin said the Liberals have no right to do this and accused Kenny of using his position as a "bully pulpit" to spread his "own bias."

"No one behaves this way," Wallin said. "These are observations that don't belong to him ... (Kenny) is not chair of the committee and the report is no longer his."

At the risk of sounding sexist, the proper response to Wallin from her Liberal Senatorial colleagues would be to tell her to shut up, get back in the kitchen and start making cookies, and the men will handle the grownup stuff, thanks very much.

If Wallin wants to be a good Conservative Senator, she really needs to learn her place.

9 comments:

LuLu said...

"At the risk of sounding sexist"?

Trust me, there was no risk at all -- you've accomplished "sounding sexist" just fine.

Attack Wallin's intelligence (or lack thereof), attack her hypocrisy, attack the fact that she's nothing more than a Harper shill (just like every other Harper-appointed senator) but attacking her because she's a woman? That's Blogging Tory-level bullshit misogyny and it's beneath you.

If it's not, it damn well should be.

NĂ¡mo Mandos said...

Yeah, there was no sexism risk here. It was just sexist, plain old.

Cherniak_WTF said...

Given that most Conservative women are a parody of the 50s housewife....


Wallin is a shrieking moonbat...

CC said...

Sorry, kids, but Wallin got her current Senatorial position by being a good, loyal Conservative shill and reliably parroting what the men in charge put in front of her. Under the circumstances, it's pretty rich for her to suddenly decide to have an opinion of her own.

If she's going to be a proper Conservative woman, she should learn her place, like the rest of them.

NBDUDE said...

I relly did have this typed up when just LuLu's comment was up.
If this is a spoof on the way the ReformTories think about women ok if not then what LuLu said. Back in the day I use to think Pam was a decent reporter but now its what the monkey said about his ** Pam and Duff make a fine pair and the title of the post covers them both.

sooey said...

So, like, if Duffy had said of a female Liberal senator doing the same thing, "She's using her position as a bully pulpit to spread her own bias", you'd tell him to, "Get back... to the tractor... and start harvesting... the wheat... and let the women do the... politicking, thanks very much" - Riiiiight?

Which is not to say that I don't think baking is an EXTREMELY under-rated skill. Of course, you need flour first, don't you.

NBDUDE said...

sooey??????????????

liberal supporter said...

Obviously, Wallin does know her place, and it is to shill for the PMO, since she is under contract to them. We only know about the agreement to resign should Senate elections come to pass. We don't know what else is in the contract. But the CPC seems to provide equal opportunity to all followers to fellate their betters.

The proper response from the other Senators would be "if you don't like us releasing this report, make up your own version and release that". After all we get the dissenting opinions from the SCC. But Wallin has likely made plans for the bonus five weeks of holidays, and it might displease her masters if she actually did work during them. It might make the men look bad if she again worked more than they.

Anonymous said...

Yes, Wallin acts at the behest of Harper. It turns out that part of her fraudulent expense claims involve expenses she incurred while campaigning for Harper that she tried to pass off as Senate-related travel expenses.

This is a triple fraud. First, Wallin is claiming money she is not entitled to. Second, the Conservatives were getting their campaign expenses paid for from government coffers, and third, the Conservatives did not show this money as part of their election spending.

All this is in addition to the fraudulent claims Wallin made for supposedly living outside of Ontario, when this was completely untrue, since she divided her time between Ottawa, Toronto & New York, with only occasional pit stops back in the province of her Senate seat.