To recap, here's Blogging Tory Jonathon Narvey, bitching and moaning about how the Canadian justice system doesn't flog someone to his satisfaction.
Here's your humble scribe, dragging Jonathon outside, yanking down his panties, and giving him a good, sound spanking, all the while realizing that it would be an utter waste of time trying to actually engage Jonathon on the topic since, well, he's a Blogging Tory and 'nuff said.
Amusingly, here's a commenter who goes by the name of "Bull Caller" who, against all odds, thinks that maybe Jonathon is capable of actual thought, and therefore points out the error in his logic:
Maybe you should stick to topics you know such as how Ezra Levant is so dreamy, or maybe how much you support propping up a corrupt and increasingly theocratic government that is sucking taxpayer dollars faster than your other conservative canard, the gun registry.
Ug. Take up baking or something.
To which Jonathon intellectually snaps back:
A comment from a Canadian Cynic sock puppet? I’m touched.
If that rebuttal mystifies you, you're in good company, since regular readers of CC HQ have probably never run across "Bull Caller." I know that handle is unfamiliar to me, so it's hard to see how someone who simply calls Jonathon out on his douchebaggery is suddenly a "Canadian Cynic sock puppet."
Of course, it would help to know that Bull Caller's original comment contained a hyperlink back to my original post, and by quietly removing that link, Narvey has dishonestly misrepresented BC's comment, although at the cost of making his own comeback look supremely fucking off-point and retarded.
Good job, Jonathon. At all costs, it's critically important to not allow anyone to link back to me so they can learn what sort of dumbass you are. Even if it makes you look like a total twatwaffle, I guess that was a small price to pay.
Oh, and Jon? Just because someone appreciates my logic, keen critical eye and rapier-like wit does not mean they're one of my sock puppets. It does mean they have impeccable taste and clearly recognize genius when they see it but, technically, that's not the same thing.