20 February 2013

Get real, folks. You can't just...

...rush in there and change a lightbulb...

"Galloway questioned Jones about reports that a security light was not working at the spot where Montaque was shot. There are reports the light had been out for more than a week."

“'There’s a process that we have to go through,' said Jones. 'We have public dollars that we have to protect. There’s a procurement process that we have to go through. We can’t just go up there and pull out a light bulb.'"
Well, that's refreshing. Mr Jones is all about the process and ensuring fiscal respons... wait a minute...
"Meanwhile, where was TCH president and CEO Gene Jones Monday? 'Mr. Jones was not in the Firgrove Crescent community last night. He is out of town at a conference,' explained spokesperson Sinead Canavan."

"At $200,000 a yearwith potential for a 20% bonus — Jones might want to consider getting back here because one thing I have learned in 20 years of covering Toronto’s ghetto drug wars is when one shooting occurs, it is often soon followed by another."
Yup... that's what's important here... the process.

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3 comments:

Pissedoff said...

Meanwhile unelected judges and lawyers show how out of touch they are by questioning mandatory sentencing.

http://news.nationalpost.com/2013/02/20/bad-law-ontario-judge-in-gun-appeal-criticizes-tories-mandatory-minimum-sentences/

Neo Conservative said...

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quoth the lunatic left... "Sending a first-time offender to prison for three years for possessing a loaded gun is 'cruel and unusual punishment,' an Ontario judge ruled Monday in striking down the mandatory minimum sentence as unconstitutional."

Isn't a first-time offender precisely the person you want to make an impression on?

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Anonymous said...

these so called public servants are so sad it almost makes one want to cry.