Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Apparently, there are things that a candidate can do that are a resigning offense. Who would have guessed, eh? Yes, RAR, that appalling "lack of caring for fellow human beings" does make Finch singularly unqualified to hold public office, doesn't it?
I don't make this stuff up. I don't have to.
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RAR called on him to resign.
The comeback for that one is, "Okay, how is Harper NOT like Hitler, then?"
If I REALLY have to explain that to you then you are not worth the time.
Credit where credit is due -- RAR did call on Ritz to resign, so kudos to him for that. But the general hypocrisy still holds: offenses that drive Canada's conservatives into frenzied calls for resignation when done by the Left are generally dismissed as no big deal when done by Conservatives.
There's a reason we say "IOKIYAC."
And vice versa, case in point Thibault.
It's partisan politics after all. :)
Thibault's words were deliberately misconstrued by the Conservatives to impart a sexist intent to them. Thibault clearly said that was not his intention yet apologized, graciously.
When a Con apologizes, such as Ritz did, there is no discernible contrition or admission of responsibility. It's merely another tactic: "Here's your damn apology, I'm only doing it for the optics."
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