I've so far failed to comment on Peter McKay's alleged comment in the House of Commons last week regarding Belinda Stronach’s canine status because I really didn't care. When you pack a room full of bandits jockeying for control of the public purse, it's going to get nasty. That's politics. I'm sure Belinda has been called much worse in her 40 years on this planet. So, I really didn't care, until Belinda and the "victims" started shouting sexism and hurt feelings, and it's still going on. Your taxpayer dollars hard at work:
The opposition Liberals added fuel to the fracas by serving up eight legal affidavits from MPs swearing they heard MacKay’s heckle, even though it was not recorded in Hansard — the official written record of House proceedings.Canadians are stupid in exact proportion to the importance they place on McKay's comment, assuming he even said it in the first place. The real victim here is the taxpayer who pays the wages of these buffoons. Bitches, all of you. Is it okay if I call Stronach, Jennings, and Sgro dogs or bitches? Can a woman be accused of "sexism?" if her comment is directed to a member of one's own "victim" group? If you can't take the "heat" ladies, you should resume your role of sock darner and toilet cleaner.
Cross-posted at Dust my Broom
Thursday, October 26, 2006
Posted by Lisa Turner on Thursday, October 26, 2006