It's safe to say that the meltdown of the unfuckable Jason Kenney is well underway:
“The Liberals need to stop trying to politicize the [citizenship] guide,” Mr. Kenney’s spokesman, Alykhan Velshi, told The Globe.
“Brison shouldn’t ask for a guide on Canadian citizenship to really be a guide about the Liberal Party’s role in Canadian history, because then we’d have to mention of MacKenzie King’s rejection of Jewish refugees escaping Nazi persecution or endorsement of Japanese internment, or Pierre Trudeau’s adoption of martial law, or the Liberal sponsorship scandal from the government of which he was a part.”
A suggestion, Jason -- stop letting Blogging Tory "Hunter" help you write your rebuttals. That's just going to end badly. Really, really badly.
BY THE WAY, to suggest that the legalization of same-sex marriage and gay rights in Canada in general is somehow a "Liberal" concoction is to openly admit that the Conservatives want very badly to distance themselves from such nefarious developments in Canadian human rights. Perhaps someone should ask Stephen Harper whether he agrees with Kenney that gay rights are strictly a "Liberal" thing and that he wants nothing to do with them. I suspect the inevitable tap dancing would be spectacular. But not in a good way.
BY THE WAY(2), you know what else was a nefarious Liberal concoction? That fucking Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Yeah, that Charter:
The British Parliament formally enacted the Charter as a part of the Canada Act 1982 at the request of the Parliament of Canada in 1982, the result of the efforts of the Government of Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau.
Well, holy creeping shit! Just another disgusting Lieberal scam, that Charter! And yet ... and yet ... if one consults the brand spanking new Jason Kenney-approved citizenship guide, one curiously discovers:
The Constitution of Canada was amended in 1982 to entrench the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, which begins with the words, “Whereas Canada is founded upon principles that recognize the supremacy of God and the rule of law.” This phrase underlines the importance of religious traditions to Canadian society and the dignity and worth of the human person.
The Charter attempts to summarize fundamental freedoms while also setting out additional rights.
Oddly, Kenney seems to have no problem extolling the virtues of that "Liberal" Charter of Rights. Methinks the unfuckable one has a wee problem with consistency.