Friday, February 05, 2010

Your mission: Today's CC HQ reader challenge.


Via the Progressive Economics Forum, we learn:

In January, Canada gained 43,000 jobs, almost all of them part-time. Any employment increase is certainly good news and some part-time positions might eventually become full-time positions.

One wonders, though, if the Stephen Harper Party of Canada -- currently sitting around "recalibrating" -- will take credit for this latest achievement. No, really ... once you prorogue Parliament, it seems only fair that you similarly prorogue taking credit for things that happen when Parliament isn't in session.

So let's see how quickly Canada's Blogging Tories jump on the "Hey, we're creating new jobs!" meme. Feel free to leave links to any of Stephen Taylor's loyal fluffers who are now bragging about good things that happen when their heroes aren't even around.

I'd do it myself, but I'm feeling lazy. Deal with it.

4 comments:

Ti-Guy said...

Feel free to leave links to any of Stephen Taylor's loyal fluffers who are now bragging about good things that happen when their heroes aren't even around.

I'll just be even lazier and say "all of them." I'm pretty sure I'd be more accurate than wildly off-base.

double nickel said...

And Manitoba, with our pinko commie government led the provinces in creating these new jobs.

Cherniak_WTF said...

Wow, Mc Jobs and people leaving the work force...

The erosion of the middle class is something that Connies will be cheering...

CK said...

Oh what a feeling! I'm impressed (with sarcasm).