Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Simple answers to simple questions.


Question: "... are we really being led by a man too chicken to answer the genuine, spontaneous queries of a few wonky kids?"

Answer: Yes.

This has been another installment of "Simple answers to simple questions."

P.S. And the bitch-slapping continues for Mr. Bubble ...

BY THE WAY, you can always spot the Conservatives in the comments section:





They're the ones who think education is a laugh riot.

AND HERE'S WHERE WE JUXTAPOSE: It just occurred to me that the earlier post had Blogging Tory Sara Landriault bawling about how being a stay-at-home mom left her with no marketable skills and exactly zero job prospects, and yet when the Globe article refers to a student at Winnipeg's Red River Community College being 30 years old, the right-wing fuckwits double over in laughter at the the idea of someone that old trying to better themselves at an institution of higher learning.

Oh, that these useless yobs could keep their bitching and insults consistent. Where the fuck are those internment camps when you really need them?

JESUS CHRIST: As commenter "mystereeoso" points out, the Canadian Dumbfuck-o-sphere has been given its marching orders:

30-year-old student runs to media with Harper question complaint

... Besides my first thought of “a 30-year-old student was at this thing”, I wondered just who would be asking a non-economic question in a group of students whose focus is on economics? ...

Ubiquitous wingnut commenter MaryT understands immediately how to deal with troublemakers like that:

Bet she show up, along with Pat Martin’s employee, at some protest at the G20-G8. We need her picture circulated so we can watch for her.

Yeah, that's my image of constructive, political discourse.

2 comments:

mystereeoso said...

30-year-old student runs to media with Harper question complaint

Commentary off the top from braintrust tissue sample, MaryT:

"We need her picture circulated so we can watch for her."

mystereeoso said...

Dean at BC Blue seems to have thoroughly digested his talking points:

"Besides my first thought of “a 30-year-old student was at this thing”, I wondered just who would be asking a non-economic question in a group of students whose focus is on economics?"

A question about anything else would be a sideshow, doncha know! At one point in the thread anon1152 points out the oil spill actually IS an economic issue only for "Archie" to bring things back on point with "research" indicating Raimey Gallant is not only too old to be asking impertinent questions of Stephen Harper but was probably only "acting" , since she is, it turns out also an actor and (shudder)...a writer.