30 April 2010

Paging Michael Ignatieff

Exactly what part of chasing after farmers, duck hunters & skeet shooters is gonna help knock down urban handgun crime?

-- TORONTO -- Two teens under court orders not to have firearms are charged in a string of violent gunpoint heists of TTC subway collectors.

Toronto Police Det. Mike Palermo said two robberies occurred in February 2009, another a year later, a fourth in March and the last one last Friday at the Leslie station.

Charged are: Guled Ismail, 19, of Toronto, and a 19-year-old man who was 17 when some of robberies occurred and can’t be identified.
So Michael... when is the Liberal Party gonna give us our 2 billion dollars back?

RELATED:
Bias? What media bias?
On the Sunday, April 18th edition of The National, the teaser for an upcoming story consisted entirely of these twelve words: "At the end of the day: Rahim Jaffer, Ms. Guergis - Cocaine? Hookers?"
Yeah... funny how that works, huh?


8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yeah! You Brit living Harvard teaching Taliban loving elitist of the Political class, don't you come back to Canada and start pushing us around, you penis.

Neo Conservative said...

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"another anonymous troll shrieks... Taliban loving elitist of the Political class"

say, nonny... if iggy's such a smart guy... why does he have to rely on screaming about... hookers, mobsters and blow"?

where's his policy?

i mean besides plastic knives & forks and 'eat canadian'.

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Anonymous said...

My my, eh Neo?
Maybe he's confused and thinks this is iggy's blog!
~ldd

langmann said...

From the article: Police are trying to determine why there was a year gap between the robberies, Palermo said.

Simple. They were waiting for their Authorization to Transport restricted firearms licence to come.

Neo Conservative said...

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hmmm... what's that... "under court orders not to have firearms"?

you mean... these guys are repeat offenders?

how many times do gun criminals have to go through dalton mcslippery's "catch & release" program before they actually get jail time?

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langmann said...

Why? Would jail do any good? All the liberal criminologists and the CBC, say it doesn't work.

Anonymous said...

I t was not $2 billion...that is a lame exageration.

Also, it is not onerous to register. The police chiefs want it. It helps solve crimes. Why are conservatives so soft on solving gun crime?

Neo Conservative said...

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it is 2 billion dollars and climbing. the latest boondoggle was for hundreds of millions of dollars of computer hardware.

and puh-leese... name one crime the "farmer bob rifle registry" has solved.

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