20 April 2012

Somebody remind me...

...why is it, we're so worried about these guys leavin' the party?
stinking morass of corruption


6 comments:

fernstalbert said...

Influence peddling - corruption - moral scold - Quebec our poster child of scandal. But what the hey, this uber cool province is what the ROC should aspire to be. NOT!!! Cheers.

Anonymous said...

Don't think for a minute that it will be an easy process if Quebec separates. The chaos mongers will have won. We can see them already in the streets of Montreal these days training students and us to get used to violence and intimidation.

But I truly believe Alberta will separate first. Thank you Quebec for ruining the great Canadian heritage. Thank you Radio Canada and the nationalist and leftist media and academics at all levels for never having a good word to say for Canada, much less the federal government.

Anonymous said...

EVERYONE knows Quebec is corrupt. Everyone. That's why so many companies do not do business there my company included.

Al the Fish said...

The way politicians from Quebec change political parties like a horn dog changes bed partners (ie Bouchard; Charest; Mulclair; and the rest of the born again NDPBQers) has convinced me there is no left or right in Quebec politics. There are two other types of continuum. One is the degree one identifies between a Federalist or a Seperatist. The other is if where someone is on the scale of their corruption. All policies the QC politician favours are those which best fit their spot on those two scales. A sort of what's in it for me, instead of you attitude.

Neo Conservative said...

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it's not like it's some huge secret, right?

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Frances said...

Neo - this isn't news; it's BUSINESS AS USUAL. Cheers!!