10 November 2010

When Michael Ignatieff talks about...

...bringing the boys back home... he isn't necessarily talking about soldiers...

Figures from the Correctional Service of Canada show that the previous Liberal government approved all applications. In comparison, 27 per cent of requests were rejected during the first year of Conservative government, followed by 30 per cent in 2007-2008 and 20 per cent in 2008-2009. Figures for 2009-2010 are not available.

"The previous Liberal government put criminals first. We put public safety first," said Chris McCluskey, a spokesman for Public Safety Minister Vic Toews.
The fact is... it ain't Stephen Harper who wants to bring Ronald Smith back to Canada.



I'll spare you (thank you comment moderation) this morning's dozen angry, rambling diatribes full of lol'ing & hahaha'ing from my own personal anonymous troll.

Apparently, Nonny feels I am devoid of the milk of human kindness. The fact that he, like Professor Zinfandel, would kiss up to the likes of Ronald Smith or Omar Khadr... speaks to the rising tide of anger that resulted, for instance, in the election of Rob Ford as Mayor of the Centre of the Universe.

I believe the candied unicorns & rainbow tide is turning. It'll be interesting to see how the left-blinded Coalition of the Swilling reacts as we turn the idealogical corner.

If Nonny is any indication... it ain't gonna be pretty.


Bert said...

When Iggy speaks of bringing the boy's home, he's talking about Omar Khadr, NOT our soldier's, I'll bet.

Michael Harkov said...

"The previous Liberal government put criminals first......"

Well of course they do. Tit for tat, remember? :D -


Neo Conservative said...

"bert says... he's talking about Omar Khadr"


Ignatieff told CBC News that Obama was "glad to know" 'Canadian parties' were concerned about Khadr, the only Westerner remaining in detention at the U.S. Naval base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.


Rural and Right said...

Isn't it time to give Ronald his sleepy time needle ?

jwkozak91 said...

Unless his consitutional challenge succeeds, Rompin' Ronnie is scheduled to die on January 31, 2011.