31 August 2011

PM reportedly shaking in his boots

Statistical tour de force reveals... people willing to shitcan dinner, to talk to perfect strangers about dead people they've never met... are overwhelmingly creatures of the left...
the song that never ends**********

"What's that smokey, orange place in the picture and what does it have to do with Layton? It sure doesn't look like heaven."

Deciphering the Codetalkers

Yeah, I'm guessing one of those damn laser thingies broke free... and got all Terminator on his ass...flemingdon folliesC'mon buddy, you can say it... Flemingdon Park.


"Ontario Science Centre, hey!? It must have been a heated argument about evolution and the origin of man."
Hmmm, lemme see... a bare-chested man walks up to a car on a busy Toronto street during evening rush hour... shoots a guy in the head... and all the reporters can yip about... is the "Science Centre"?

When you've finished connecting those dots... let me know, willya? 'Cos I'm obviously missing something here.


RELATED: The hits just keep on coming
Toronto police said an 18-year-old man was taken to hospital after being shot in the leg in Etobicoke late Wednesday night.

The shooting happened on Windsor Road, near Dixon Road and Kipling Avenue, at around 11 p.m.

It is not clear whether the victim was the intended target and police say the man has not been co-operating with officers.


"For those that want a Reader's Digest version, the suit that Dr. Dawg / Ms. Mew brought against Mark and Connie was given summary judgement in favor of Mark and Connie and Mark and Connie were also awarded costs, so this little adventure in legal-land is going to end up costing Dawg some kibble."

UPDATE: Multiple personality syndrome...

...it's how the left rolls...

From a commenter over at SDA...
"At the bottom of Page 3 and the top of Page 4 of the PDF it is revealed that Baglow started also posting as 'Ms. Mew' in an effort to support his primary alias, 'Dr. Dawg'."
I get this all the time here at the Halls... a nonsensical taunt from some anony-bot calling himself, say... "Liberal Supporter"... is immediately backstopped by a slew of equally ridiculous anonymous trolls.

I don't know why so many of these guys have to create "invisible friends" 'cos, I mean... through thick & thin... they'll always have that other "Libby".

30 August 2011

Now... if only it'd spawn...

...a couple of witnesses...
stitches for snitches
Officers investigating Jermaine Smith’s murder in the Jane St.-Scarlett Rd. area have interviewed up to 20 children “who were within 15 to 20 feet of the shooting,” he said.

As many as 150 people attended at varying times during the event in the Toronto Community Housing complex.
Man... I guess David Miller didn't fix Toronto's gun violence problem after all, huh?

Redistributing the Wealth

All that extra cash keeps falling outta your pockets... we can help you with that...pay up suckersSeriously... what's $700,000,000.00 (a year) between friends? The NDP... the party of rainbows & unicorns... what they lack in "common sense"... they make up for in "timing."

And, hey... while we're on immigration... try imagine the field day the mainstream media would have if Stephen Harper had a few illegals in the family tree...
rules are for little people
President Obama’s accused drunken-driving uncle — who was busted after a near collision with a Framingham cop — has had a valid Social Security number for at least 19 years, despite being an illegal immigrant ordered to be deported back to Kenya, the Herald has learned.

Mike Rogers, a spokesman for Cleveland immigration attorney Margaret Wong, who is representing Onyango, said he “wouldn’t know how” Onyango obtained a Social Security number. Wong is the same lawyer who represented the president’s aunt, Zeituni Onyango, in her fight to win asylum last year.

Reached at her apartment in a South Boston public housing complex yesterday, Zeituni Onyango said of her brother’s arrest: “Why don’t you go to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. in Washington, D.C., and ask your president? Not me.” She then hung up on a reporter.
Yup... that'd be the aunt living on social assistance, who recently had her own deportation order overturned.

Rules? We don' need no stinkeen' rules.

Behold your socialist future.

Mission Accomplished...

...now it's time for the debrief...is it safe to come out yet?
"I see no reason to lionize him or anyone else on the basis of a groundswell of public sentiment fed by the need to worship something or someone tangible because it’s no longer cool to worship an abstract God."
Well... that's as good a place to start as any.

29 August 2011

28 August 2011

No business like show business

All that love and hope and renewal... and yet, strangely... the bullets still continue to fly...bright lights, big cityI sure hope the gentleman in question here gets the full throttle, no stones unturned coverage that our professional journalist betters have shown us they can... when they're moved by the holy spirit... deliver.

Please, please, please... let's hear all about the "love of his life" and the kittens he saved... and let's not forget the obligatory photo essays.

Hey... one man's life is just as important as any other... right?

And yet, somehow... I don't think that's gonna happen here.

But don't you fret, digital sucklings... the beast must be fed. CTV's gonna satiate that never-ending hunger with a special retrospective love-fest for longtime CTV shill, Lloyd Robertson...
"Lloyd is an icon, we couldn't be more proud of him and to be able to create this tribute to him is a real privilege."
It's a privilege to "create this tribute?" Seriously?

Do we really need more media-minted "shake & bake" celebrity heroes? Are we so bereft of meaning in our daily lives that we suck up whatever pap the media conglomerates toss our way?

The phrase "nation of sheep" comes readily to mind.

Ask yourself a couple of questions. Do you worship at the altar of "reality tv?" Do you walk down the street humming, "JJ said it would?"

Do you call your car "Shelly?"

Wake up, folks... and smell the manipulation.

27 August 2011

The Union makes us strong... Part XXXIV

No shift premiums, vacations or pension benefits... and don't you dare get me started on quality control...no such thing as quality anymoreWhere's the Brotherhood of Committed Socialists... when you really, really need them?
" -- OTTAWA -- Those who WORK AROUND THE CLOCK stealing and selling stolen goods to fund their habit, are beginning to complain about the diminishing and dangerous quality of street crack."
I ask you, folks... what's the point of all those shiny, new McGuinty-supplied crackpipes... if you can't get a quality product?

It's past time, my friends. If you can enshrine labour rights for back-alley blowjob artists in your policy book... you can do the same for degenerate junkies.

Remember... Jack is watching.

Mourning, Remembering, Honouring

Apparently... it can be a pretty selective thing.
-- NEW YORK -- First responders will not be invited to this year’s 9/11 ceremony at Ground Zero. That’s the word from city officials who say there isn’t enough room for the tens of thousands of firefighters, police and other rescue workers.
Hells-bells... let's just blame Dick Cheney & MOSSAD... and move on.

(h/t reader Mike)

26 August 2011

25 August 2011

24 August 2011

No, c'mon... seriously...

...is there some sort of contest I don't know about?jack it upStill, the fact is... for servile, diabetes inducing ass-kissery... it's gonna be pretty hard to top...
the saga continues**********

UPDATE: Okay, I admit it, I was wrong...

...CTV ain't goin' down without a fight...
all jack, all the time**********

"Somehow I doubt the response will be so overwhelming when the time comes for Harper (when he dies in office, as PM, at the age of 80)."
"Cancer kills roughly 560,000 people in North America every year, that's a city the size of Calgary, every year."

"Of those 560,000, by far the best and greatest was Jack Layton."

23 August 2011

Yeah, of course... numb with grief

Sorry folks... I've been told I should be more Canadian... more nicey-nice. The fact of the matter is, though... behind all of the sombre media pageantry, it's just politics as usual... but hey, don't take my word for it...
The letter is full of such sophistry as “We can restore our good name in the world” – as though it is a given that Canada has somehow lost that – as well as bumper-sticker slogans of the “love is better than anger” ilk and ruthlessly partisan politicking.
Yeah, yeah... I know... I'm a soul-less troglodyte... but I'll gladly wear that label before I get danced around the room by seasoned political apparatchiks...
The letter was first presented as Layton’s last message to Canadians, as something written by him on his deathbed. Only later was it more fully described as having been “crafted” with party president Brian Topp, Layton’s chief of staff Anne McGrath and his wife and fellow NDP MP Olivia Chow.
It doesn't hurt any that they've got the full, grab your ankles co-operation of virtually all of the national media. You don't wanna squander that moment.

Wake up and smell the propaganda. This isn't about Jack Layton. It's about where this country is headed.


UPDATE: Those nasty, neocon sonsabitches...

...wait a minute...
the compassionate, intellectual left

Meanwhile... in other big city...

..."crime is down" news...
Police have identified the woman who was fatally shot early Saturday morning in North York. Pamela Ariza, 25, of Toronto was pronounced dead at the scene after being shot once in the back.

Another woman was taken to hospital after being shot in the knee, Toronto police said.

22 August 2011

By the end of today's news cycle...

...there will be no part of his anatomy left unkissed...
let the uncritical adoration beginGoing...
let the uncritical adoration continueGoing...
jack it upGone... Day One's hands-down winner is the Toronto Sun website with 5 of 6 items above the fold Layton-centric...
we have a winner**********

FROM THE COMMENTS: The medium is the mudpie...
"How utterly cruel you are... an inherently disrespectful nature... say a kind word or too(sic), or otherwise to shut up about the man... makes you a jerk... YOU...ARE...DISGUSTING... Unshackled by outdated, useless ideals of civility... I initially said 'douche' instead of 'jerk'... you're kind of being a jerk... Pretty subhuman... you just shit your pants."
Meanwhile... on the other side of the great divide...
"I see that Layton's 'love letter to Canada' is currently dominating the news cycle, and frankly, I'm dreading the fawning cliches that will be rebroadcast every fifteen minutes until the day after his funeral."

DAY TWO: The Jackening continues...

...and continues...the saga continues...and, well... you get the picture...

rollin', rollin', rollin'...but... just in case you don't...state funeral

It's enough to make a fella...

...a little cynical...
A group of the biggest commercial banks last year asked the U.S. Supreme Court to keep at least some Fed borrowings secret. Even as the firms asserted in news releases or earnings calls that they had ample cash, they drew Fed funding in secret, avoiding the stigma of weakness.

As the crisis deepened, the Fed relaxed its standards for acceptable collateral. Typically, the central bank accepts only bonds with the highest credit grades, such as U.S. Treasuries.

By late 2008, it was accepting “junk” bonds, those rated below investment grade. It even took stocks, which are first to get wiped out in a liquidation.

19 August 2011

All those compassionate intellectuals...

...you know... the people who are constantly sneering at Stephen Harper's "tough on crime" agenda... somebody please tell me... what Mr Rogers world do they inhabit?
-- In 1987, at age 18, Jhatu pleaded guilty to the contract murder of Matsqui, B.C., resident Ranjit Toore. Jhatu beat Toore to death, doused her body in gasoline and set it ablaze after being hired to commit the murder by Toore's husband.
It gets better.
In 2004, Jhatu convinced the National Parole Board to release him from prison on the understanding he would voluntarily leave the country.
Oh my goodness... he lied? Who could've possibly seen that coming?

We're finally gonna chase down some of these monsters and catapult their asses outta the country?

Majority government... I'm lovin' it.

18 August 2011

17 August 2011

We have the technology...

...we're just a little light on brains...
Chris Petrie, 23 and from the state of Queensland, bought the vehicle over the internet for $A600 ($630). While assembling it at a friend’s house the two sampled a few beers before Petrie decided to drive it home, according to a local television station.
drink up
“By the time we built it, it was quite late so we thought we’d go for a bit of a test run,” he told Network Ten.

He was caught by the police en route and found to be more than three times over Australia’s legal blood alcohol limit, and was charged with drink driving and driving without a license.

Dear Mr Lennon

The thing is... the more I "imagine all the people"... the scarier this whole ride gets...
Multnomah County Circuit Judge Eric Bergstrom told Peterson on Monday that "the reality is you love your children and had absolutely no intent to harm your child."
Seriously... that's the reality? That's the message the court wants to send here?

And, yeah... sounds like moms has some serious issues as well.

(link fixed)

16 August 2011


It begins at home... but where exactly does it end up?
-- "Once upon a time, HCI's Canadian Regional Director in Pakistan was none other than Ahmed Said Khadr. He's the paterfamilias of Canada's first family of terrorism who was sprung from a Pakistan hoosegow due to the efforts of Canada's then-P.M. Jean Chretien." --
Geez, Khadr...Khadr... that sounds so familiar.
The CSIS agents wanted to know how the Khadrs managed to travel between Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iran, Turkey, Yemen, Syria and Canada during the late 1990s, with no apparent means of support other than their work for Islamic charities.

Mr. Khadr replied his father lived off a Canadian disability pension.

Apparently... the first lefty asskickin'...

...is deductible...fairey land
"The artist said he had not filed a police report following the attack in Copenhagen. 'I did not know any of the people or get a great look at them, so it seemed pointless'."
Oh c'mon, Peace Moonbeam... you know what they say... "No hope... no change."

Seems there's never a skinhead around... when you really, really need one.

C'mon folks... you oughta be grateful

You know how hard it is... to find new ways to piss away a billion taxpayer dollars... each and every year?
more taxpayer money down the toilet**********

RELATED: Relax folks... no worries here

The MSM will do all the "hard" thinking for you...
none of the above**********

UPDATE: Took his bat & ball...

...and went home...
Former Bloc Quebecois leader Gilles Duceppe has pulled out of a weekly Radio-Canada talk show after the broadcaster refused to allow him to discuss politics.

15 August 2011

Who you gonna believe, baby?

A bunch of slicksters who stand to profit both personally and professionally...
crimeOr... your own... lyin' eyes?

Meanwhile... in other "crime is down" news...
-- MONTREAL -- One of three men shot Saturday night in the city's Cote-des-Neiges-Notre-Dame-de-Grace borough died of his wounds Sunday night.
over the podWe've already had a taste of how ineffectual the police can be during the G20 fiasco.

What are you gonna do when the balloon really goes up?

13 August 2011

Living beyond your means...

...there are consequences...
Ford has vowed to trim $380 million in spending to reduce the 2012 budget gap of $774 million, “and if we don’t do anything, we’re looking at 30-to-35% tax increases.” --
How did this situation get so desperate?

Here's a thought... maybe politicians should leave the "social work" to "social workers."


RELATED: Time for triage

You get to choose, folks... fiscal responsibility... or rainbows & unicorns.

12 August 2011

11 August 2011

Let Dalton and friends rub up against...

...the great unwashed... panhandling will be outlawed in a week...
If Mammoliti has his way, begging would be deemed illegal in every part of the city. That is, however, except for one.

“My bylaw would see the practice banned everywhere but at Queen’s Park.”

RELATED: More Liberal socialist paradise

I sure hope that "driving ban" thing works out as well as it did... the last three times...
On his fourth drunk driving incident, Amir Hekmati caused an horrific crash and inflicted “catastrophic brain injuries” to a loving father, ruining his life.

Hekmati was given four years credit for time already served.

10 August 2011

Grand ol' lady of Canadian journalism...

...yet again... never afraid to ask the really, really hard questions...
still too many journalistsUh-huh... because gawd forbid anybody actually delve into an issue, for example, that is actually burning parts of London to the ground...
"Was any of this ever mentioned in their presentation? Of course not. Just like the news about the Tottenham riots doesn’t mention race either."
No, no, no... I don't wanna hear any of that.

More Pippa... pretty please.


UPDATE: Body count rises
"A murder investigation has been launched after three people were killed in Birmingham while apparently trying to protect their homes from rioters."
And, once again, ...the Globe gets straight to the heart of the matter...
those poor riotersYes... of course... that's the real problem... citizens defending their families & homes.

Or, as they're known in media circles... "vigilantes".

From those wonderful folks...

...who brought you the "me, me, me" generation...
The creators of the service — a sex educator and a public health doctor — realized that online encounters were leading to casual sex hookups which were, in turn, fuelling syphilis cases. So they created the email notification system.
Hey... maybe Facebook can come up with a special "poke" to cover this one as well. Whaddaya think that emoticon would look like?

Hmmm... if only there was another solution.


RELATED: Sorry, Peace Moonbeam...

...we can't all be beautiful "no biggie" British Columbia...
An Alberta teen accused of having unprotected sex while not informing her partners she has HIV will be kept in custody for now.

The teen faces two counts of aggravated sexual assault and police say additional charges are pending.
What? No email?


"You remember Lydia?
She gave me chlamydia,
And I thought I should
share it with you!"

09 August 2011

It's like the old hippie said...

...you don't have to be a Weatherman...

is london burning?
"More than 450 people were arrested and 60 police officers were hurt. A statement from Scotland Yard described the disturbances as 'unprecedented in recent history.'

Front-page headlines in the national press read 'Rule of the Mob,' 'The Battle for London,' and 'The Anarchy Spreads.'"
Or, as it's known in academic circles... a total breakdown of societal controls.

Cross your fingers, Toronto.


RELATED: Who are these mysterious "youths"...

...you speak of?
“It’s us versus them, the police, the system,” said one youth at a grim housing estate in the London district of Hackney, the epicentre of Monday night’s rioting.

“They call it looting and criminality. It’s not that. There’s a real hatred against the system.” His friends, some covering their faces with hoods, nodded in agreement.
Okay then... as long as it's a REAL hatred. But still, I'm a little confused. Isn't it "the system" that bought these guys the Blackberries they're using to coordinate all the rioting?


LAST WORD: Cash for Life?

Hmmm, call me wacky... but maybe inviting, entrenching and... more to the point, subsidising... a permanent underclass isn't really the best solution here.
"Like bank-issued debit cards, the cards will be PIN-protected and will not identify the user as a social assistance recipient."
Hang on a sec... you're a second or third generation welfare recipient... how easily embarrassed are you? Why are we making this process easier?

Instead of streamlining the whole "entitlement" thing... shouldn't we be looking to eliminate our horrendous welfare burden?

06 August 2011

Actually... it kinda sorta fits

I mean... you can't be more of an "opposing force"... than to want to tear the country into separate pieces... right?
oops... there goes another
-- "The NDP run candidates in every riding in Quebec. Did Ms. Turmel judge the Bloc's social issues platform superior to the NDP's?"
And, Holy Clouseau's Minkey... it gets even better than that...
"My card is still in my pocket," Turmel said. "But they already know I will resign."

"They," of course, is the left-wing francophone cabal known as Quebec Solidaire, a hardcore collective of separatists, communists, feminists, socialists and any axe-to-grind radical lefty in need of a place to hang a tinfoil hat.

05 August 2011

Special Rules for Special People

It's been 10 years this month that we pulled up stakes and left Toronto the Good... and frankly, there have been no regrets... not a single one... but it's stuff like this that really brings the "Big Picture" into focus...
special rules for special peopleWhen the very people who are supposed to be upholding the law of the land are instead continually handing out "free passes" to various special interest groups... you know it's past time to get the hell outta Dodge.

And, c'mon Peace Moonbeam... you don't think the cop did anything remarkable here?

Here's a little experiment. The next time you have occasion to interact with a police officer... try taking a swipe at his notebook... and "accidently" punch him in the head.

Yeah... that's what I thought.


UPDATE: Story goes international

Looks like Muhammed Alia is gonna get her 15 minutes of fame...
special rules for special people**********

LAST WORD: Yeah... I'm shocked

Where there's smoke... there's, well... hypocrisy & cowardice.