Friday, January 23, 2009

Cocksucking separatist support for me, but not for thee.

Blogging Tory "The Trusty Tory" is seriously yanked about, well:

I’m quite aware of the Constitution. Nowhere in the constitution does it allow separatist parties (you know, the whole oath to the Queen) to hold the balance of power.

Yeah ... trying to topple the governing party with the support of a bunch of fucking Canada-haters. What kind of total douche do you have to be to pull that kind of shit? Oh ...

We respectfully point out that the opposition parties, who together
constitute a majority in the House, have been in close consultation. We
believe that, should a request for dissolution arise this should give
you cause, as constitutional practice has determined, to consult the
opposition leaders and consider all of your options before exercising
your constitutional authority.

Your attention to this matter is appreciated.


Hon. Stephen Harper, P.C., M.P.
Leader of the Opposition
Leader of the Conservative Party of Canada

Gilles Duceppe, M.P.
Leader of the Bloc Quebecois

Jack Layton, M.P.
Leader of the New Democratic Party

Somehow, of course, that's different. It has to be.


The Seer said...

Ah -- where duz the Constitution allow a minority of the members to constitute themselves a Government?

Not being a Canadian, I'd just like it if someone could point that out to me, cuz I dont understand that part.

Paladiea said...

Let's not forget that the BQ are not even part of the coalition.

Naked Ape said...

Hey Seer,

Check out this link
Canada has a Parliamentary system of the Westminster system variety.


Naked Ape

That guy said...

Where does the constitution forbid such a thing?

David Webb said...

Gak. Reading those comments was like watching Ricky argue with Trevor and Cory, only less coherent.

Frank Frink said...

David, and as per usual Bubbles is the voice of reason.

David Webb said...

Just a thought Kevron Conky?

KEvron said...

KEvron is perennially KEvron.