We can start with Michaelle Jean. Unless, by March, she's a fucking Senator.
You have absolutely no idea how much I despise that useless excuse for a human being right now.
NO BIG SURPRISE HERE: Captain Canada Stephen Taylor puts down his sherry long enough to take a steaming dump on democracy.
WHAT A BUTTHEAD: How stupid do you have to be to have written this?
The case for prorogation is constitutional.
No, Stephen, you twit, it's not. You can't have the case for anything being "constitutional." Being constitutional simply allows you to argue that something is doable. That it's legal. That it's acceptable under Canadian law. Nothing more.
Making a "case" for something involves presenting a compelling reason for why something should happen, which is an entirely different thing, and it's hard to believe that anyone could be so unspeakably retarded as to not understand the difference.