30 September 2011

Coming soon to a neighbourhood near you

Canada's aging & increasingly infirm population will only further stress a precariously situated system that presently consumes over half of all our tax dollars... and, is indeed... perched on the knife edge of total implosion...
Writing for the majority, Chief Justice McLachlin said that addicts are extremely sick individuals whose urgent need frequently leads to them to inject drugs with dirty needles after dissolving narcotics in dirty puddle water.

She noted that the geographically small area is home to 4,600 intravenous drug users whose addiction means that their lives are constantly on the line.
Unlike, say... our courageous soldiers... these folks have chosen to "put their lives constantly on the line" in reckless, uncaring, single-minded pursuit of self-gratification.

And it's easy to see what's at the bottom of this slippery slope...
Ms. Bird, 54, is president of the Western Aboriginal Harm Reduction Society, a group dedicated to improving the quality of life for native people who use illicit drugs. She said she smokes crack every day and would use an inhalation room if one were to open.
Yeah... I bet she would. These folks spent a little less time glued to their glass pipes, their kids might not be screwed from day 1...
"42 per cent of aboriginal children under 14 live with either a lone parent, grandparent or relative. Only 58 per cent live with two parents, compared to 82 per cent in the non-native population."
Hey, how about forming a group of people who improve the quality of life... for aboriginal children? Forgive me... I guess that'd cut into somebody's daily inhalation schedule.

So, my question is... given the desperate & steadily worsening state of our healthcare system... how about we do a little triage and dedicate scant, disappearing resources... towards people who actually give a shit whether they live or die?

We take care of that... all the money that's left over can go to shiny new needles, crackpipes and medically supervised spikin', snortin' & smokin'.



"I'm a shopping addict! Quick, give me your credit card!!"

RELATED: How long you think it'll take...

...for Dalton to go back on this statement?
In the wake of Friday’s Supreme Court ruling that grants Vancouver’s Insite Clinic the ability to stay open, Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty told the Sun the province wouldn’t support such publicly-funded sites for addicts.

“We’ll have to take a look at the decision,” McGuinty said. “It’s not in our plan, it has never been in our plan, that’s not our intention to have one of those sites in Ontario.”

I think I smell Nobel Peace Prize #2

Who says Barack Obama doesn't believe in the death penalty?
ashes to ashesOf course, Samir Khan stepped way over the line...
"Khan edited the slick Western-style Internet publication “Inspire Magazine” that attracted many readers."
No trial, no judge, no jury... that's one way to streamline the system.

Good on ya, Killer.


UPDATE: Playing it both ways...

...taking credit...
"We are very pleased that Mr. Awlaki is no longer going to be in a position to directly threaten the United States homeland, as well as our allies around the world."
...while ducking responsibility...
Mr. Obama declined to say whether he gave the order to kill al-Awlaki, saying he could not discuss operational details.
Meanwhile, back at the ranch... the McDreamy fanclub continues to shrink in numbers...
The American Civil Liberties Union, meanwhile, decried the killing of an American citizen who was never charged with a crime.
Hope, change and... ya feelin' lucky, punk?


LAST WORD: The harder you work...

...the luckier you get.

That democracy thing is just pie in the sky...

...but maybe, just maybe... somebody's gonna poke a thumb into Ahmadinejad's eye...
For 30 years Syria and the Assad family have been Iran’s entree into the Arab world and the Levant. If Assad falls, Iran is the biggest loser in the Arab Spring, no matter what happens in Egypt or Bahrain.

Hizbullah will be the second-biggest loser.
Hey... it's all good.

29 September 2011

It ain't even close to democratic...

...but it's a start...
"Saudi King Abdullah has overturned a court ruling sentencing a Saudi woman to be lashed 10 times for defying the kingdom's ban on female drivers, a government official said Wednesday."

"The streets of Mecca will be filled with Arab Amy Winehouses or Paris Hiltons!"

RELATED: In other Islamic "justice" news...
the capricious & unknowable will of allah

Apples, er... Bananas & Oranges?

Hang on a second... if this is all about hate-speech and hurt feelings... don't you have to apply the same standard right across the board?one people, one law
-- LONDON, Ont. -- Police have charged a 26-year-old man over an apparent racial incident in which a banana was thrown on the ice while a black player was taking part in a shootout during an NHL pre-season game.

The banana was thrown from the stands as Philadelphia's Wayne Simmonds — who is black — was skating towards Detroit goalie Jordan Pearce in the shootout before 7,427 at the 9,090-seat John Labatt Centre.
Okay... accepting the premise that this particular stone dumbass brought this specific piece of fruit to the arena on the off chance that he'd get to taunt this one individual... how exactly, is it... that Mr Simmonds isn't being held to the same standard of conduct?
On Monday, Simmonds landed in hot water for an alleged homophobic slur to New York Rangers' agitator Sean Avery during an exhibition game in Philadelphia.

The NHL held a hearing with Simmonds on Tuesday but chose not to discipline him because it felt there wasn't sufficient evidence to do so.
Sorry folks... stop me if you've heard it before... "One people, one law."

It's the only way this democracy thing is truly gonna work.

28 September 2011

Don't worry, Ontario...

...whatever's wrong with your kids... Dalton's gonna fix that too...

don't fix what's not brokenDuring the leaders debate, Premier McSlippery continually trotted out the soundbite about improving education in Ontario.

Seriously, though... how hard can it be to pass "Circle of Friends 101"?
"Today’s faculties of education have much loftier goals in mind. According to them, their main job is to sensitize our future teachers to issues of social justice and global inequality."

"No wonder little Emma doesn’t know her times tables. She’s way too busy learning how her Western position of privilege entrenches gender relations. Or something like that."
Hey, don't blame me... I didn't vote for him.

27 September 2011

That secretive, controlling Stephen Harp...

...wait a minute...shshhh... it's a secretAs hard as the mainstream media tries to kiss the Car-Salesman-in-Chief's sainted ass... the facts speak otherwise...
"While the Justice Department's motion is backed by declarations from high ranking officials at the Pentagon and CIA, the government lawyers make clear that their marching orders come from the top."
Sorry, Barry... pretending that Osama died of fright isn't gonna cut it.

You want actual deterrence... you put these pictures on a billboard on the Whitehouse lawn.


RELATED: Good money after bad

Obama goes for the trifecta...
-- WASHINGTON (WLS) -- The Energy Department on Wednesday approved two loan guarantees worth more than $1 billion for solar energy projects in Nevada and Arizona, two days before the expiration date of a program that has become a rallying cry for Republican critics of the Obama administration's green energy program.

Energy Secretary Steven Chu said the department has completed a $737 million loan guarantee to Tonopah Solar Energy for a 110 megawatt solar tower on federal land near Tonopah, Nev., and a $337 million guarantee for Mesquite Solar 1 to develop a 150 megawatt solar plant near Phoenix.

The loans were approved under the same program that paid for a $528 million loan to Solyndra Inc., a California solar panel maker that went bankrupt after receiving the money and laid off 1,100 workers. Solyndra is under investigation by the FBI and is the focal point of House hearings on the program
Good grief.

We moved out of Toronto a decade ago...

...so my son wouldn't be fed into the big city public school meat grinder...
what's your pointNot a day goes by... I don't congratulate myself.

Of course, I recognise that's not a choice anybody can... or even would... make for themselves. It's certainly easier to find a job, any job, in a city of two million souls... than a hamlet of 3,000 people. For new immigrants, you can find a community of familiar faces and customs.

Thing is... is that really enough? Don't you owe it to your children to find the safest environment possible?

Not a day goes by I don't read about another shooting, stabbing or lockdown in the bigger urban centres.

In the incident above, where one child will permanently bear the physical & emotional scars of this savage, impromptu plastic surgery... will the parents ever be able to forgive themselves?

I've found a way around that. I'm not ever going back.

Don't you ever think... "there must be a better way"?

I'm here to tell you... there is. Come the weekend, get a map and mark a 100km circle around your house, then climb in your car and start exploring. That's how we started.

Maybe you'll find your own little bit of paradise.


RELATED: Bright lights, big city
"On Wednesday, police confirmed a 14-year-old boy, who sources say has links to the Indian Posse, is charged with first-degree murder in the death of Vincett, who allegedly claimed to have ties to the MOB gang, although his supposed affiliation is tenuous."

LAST WORD: Not your parents Canada
"Ms. Batalia was shot early Wednesday morning on the third floor of Simon Fraser University’s Surrey parkade."

Spoken like a "community organiser"

A billion here... a trillion there... pretty soon you're talkin' real money...
"Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner didn't dispute a Harvard economist's estimate that each job in the White House's jobs plan would cost $200,000, but said the pricetag is the wrong way to measure the bill's worth."
Hmmm... $200,000 a pop, huh?

Apparently the left hand doesn't know what the other lefter hand is doing...
The Army is preparing to launch in March a five-year, nearly 50,000-soldier drawdown, using a combination of accession cuts and voluntary and involuntary separations, similar to the post-Cold War drawdown of the 1990s, according to Lt. Gen. Thomas P. Bostick, service personnel chief.
Anybody know what the Obama deficit currently stands at?

26 September 2011

If religious accommodation is job #1...

...where's the McSlippery government on, for instance... Christmas trees......special rules for special people
Ontario government employees have been told to be “sensitive” and accommodate their Muslim co-workers during the month of Ramadan when they fast and pray from dusk to dawn, according to a confidential memo.

A document called 'Ramadan: The Muslim Month of Fasting" that was sent to Ontario public service managers and forwarded to 120,000 employees, has angered non-Muslim workers who will file a complaint alleging discrimination in the workplace.
So much for separation of Church and State... but, then again... that's how things work... in Dalton's emerging socialist paradise.


UPDATE: Diversity... the ongoing struggle
hey, wait a minute"No mini-mosque for you!!!"
"A proposal by a Muslim employee to turn the room used by Ministry of Attorney General employees on the 12th floor of 655 Bay St. as an Islamic prayer room was rejected earlier this year, according to concerned workers who feared dismissal if their identities were revealed."

LAST WORD: Meanwhile, back at the ranch...

Are these the folks Dalton's bending over backwards to please?
will of allah
"Shaima Ghassaniya was found guilty Tuesday of driving without the government’s permission."

25 September 2011

Just another Liberal Supporter

I swear... you've just gotta love the compassionate intellectual left...moron deluxeThere's a lotta stuff I won't even pretend to understand... like a fascination with anything Nazi... invariably accompanied with a light dusting of anti-semitism. It's a strange dynamic... a marathon slew of childish insults interspersed with clumsy homo-erotic flirts.behold the braindead leftIf only it wasn't so boring and repetitive. If there was a little bit of wit... or even some sort of lesson. Of course, out there in troll-world, the single, invariable constant is an emphasis on output, an unending flow... rather than, say... lucidity.

Apparently, more is always better.
they just keep comingIt's just so strange to realise that I have a more or less permanent lease on that big empty space between some peoples ears.

I guess that's how it works for all these cowardly little fanboys. I can't imagine what it's like to try piggyback your emotional well-being on another person's life.

24 September 2011

Here they go again...

...getting all Stephen Hawking on my ass...
More importantly, superluminal neutrinos – or any other particles – contradict special relativity. If you could shoot superluminal neutrinos, they would move along spacelike paths in the spacetime and the Lorentz symmetry would allow you to boost the SpS a little bit so that the neutrinos would be moving backwards in time (there is no qualitative difference between spacelike paths going to the future and those going to the past).

By boosting the SpS accelerator, you could create neutrinos that would move backwards in time and you could kill your grandfather before he had his first sex with your grandmother, thus rendering your own existence needed for the homicide inconsistent with the result of the homicide.
Owww, owww... brain cramp!

23 September 2011

22 September 2011

For the latest racist "Death Squad" news...

...you can count on CTV...
-- TORONTO -- Ontario's Special Investigations Unit has identified a man who remains in serious condition after being shot by police in downtown Toronto.

The police watchdog says Ankur Patel, 24, approached a paid-duty officer at a construction site on Shuter Street, near the Eaton Centre, on Monday afternoon.

The SIU says Patel was shot at least once by the officer.
Wait a minute... is there anything else here... SOME SMALL FACT the professional journalists at CTV may have overlooked?
-- TORONTO -- An apologetic man reported to be suicidal tried to stab a paid-duty officer moments before he was shot on a downtown street, witnesses say.

Witness Brendan Rawlins said he saw the officer fire twice in the 1:37 p.m. incident near the Eaton Centre.

He said the man tried to stab the officer before the shooting.
CTV... all the news that's fit to torque.

They're really that "smart" & economical...

..shouldn't these miracle machines actually pay for themselves?more tax man
Ontario homeowners can expect to see another fee added to their hydro bills in 2012 as the province begins billing for the costs associated with rolling out and maintaining millions of smart meters.
That's why we call him McSlippery.

21 September 2011

Don't make me file an FOI application

Dear Corrections Canada... please let me know where his remains are being interred... so I can go piss on his grave...

i'm from the media, i'm here tom save youCanada's Professional Journalists... your moral & intellectual superiors...
"Editor's Note: Comments have been closed on this story because an overwhelming number of readers were making offensive statements about other commenters and/or the individual or individuals mentioned in the story. That kind of behaviour is a breach of our commenting policy, and so the comment function has been turned off. We appreciate your understanding."

Your money... his friends

The David Suzuki Foundation received between $100,000 and $250,000 from the government-affiliated Ontario Trillium Foundation in 2010. --
In the video, Suzuki praises McGuity’s green initiatives, saying “I happen to applaud the future he’s leading us into.”
Hmmm... fanatical eco-nauts & shamelessly manipulative politicians climbing into bed and slathering themselves with taxpayer moola... what could possibly go wrong?
In the letters sent to the House Energy and Commerce Committee's Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations, attorneys for Solyndra CEO Brian Harrison and CFO W. G. Stover said they advised their clients not to provide testimony during the hearings.

The bankrupt company's $535 million federal loan guarantee is being investigated by the House Energy and Commerce Committee.

20 September 2011

Tonight's CTV Moonbat moment

Just listened to CTV's Lisa Laflamme & Bob Fife condemning Stephen Harper's "massive" plan to... and I quote... "put more Canadians in jail."

Oh... my... gawd... Conservatives are arresting Canadian citizens for no reason whatsoever? It's like some sweaty-balled third world banana republic.

No wonder Bob and all those opposition politicians are so upset.

Wait a minute... what's that?

They're just going after "criminals"?

Well, why didn't you say so?

Oh, right... it's CTV.


RELATED: Got a kid at university?

Maybe they can expand their antisocial circle...
"Now 25, the older sister was released to a halfway house after only three years in custody and is at the University of Waterloo studying engineering. Her younger sister, 24, served four years and was freed in 2010 to attend the University of Ottawa."

LAST WORD: Agenda? What agenda?
Fife made the obligatory fawning references to outgoing GG Michaëlle Jean "blowing people away"... with Taber chiming in that she was a "rock star."

In stark contrast, Bobbo actually referred to incoming GG David Johnston as... and I swear I'm not making this up... "a boring old white guy."
Welcome to CTV's "Brave New Canada."

Is it really working, though?

We have a majority Conservative government in Ottawa.

Toronto, the self-acknowledged center of the compassionate, intellectual universe... recently elected Rob Ford.

C'mon, Ontario... let's go for the trifecta.

Don't need a Weatherman...

...to know which way the hot air is blowin'...trainwreck
"The New Democrats have not decided their next step because they have been waiting to see what transpires, Mr. Mulcair said."
Well that, and... with the Harper majority... any actual resistance and Mulcair & friends'll get crushed like tiny, insignificant bugs.

As for "what transpires"... I saw newly minted NDP honcho Nycole Turmel in action for the first time on CTV tonight... and all I can say is... wtf were the Dippers thinking? And trust me, her seperatiste credentials are the least of it.

If this was a physics experiment... Turmel'd be the anti-Jack particle. Another week of this anemic, inarticulate dishrag and the party will be begging Bob Rae to come home.

Yeah... that bad.

It truly is the perfect political storm. And I'm lovin' it.

19 September 2011

Meanwhile... in other "crime is down" news

No, no... not those two other weekend, uh... "incidents"...
Toronto police are looking for three female suspects after a teenage girl was shot Sunday in the city's north end.

Police said the 15-year-old girl was shot in the abdomen outside the Baycrest Arena on Neptune Drive in the Allen Road and Highway 401 area around 2 p.m.
Hmmm... that "north end", huh?

That sounds like a bad place.


RELATED: Funny... that "code of honour"...

...apparently doesn't extend to not murdering people...
omerta yet again
"The victim, who lives with his parents, is no longer cooperating with investigators, police said."
Sorry, Peace Moonbeam... that Conservative Omnibus Crime Bill... that can't come soon enough for me.


UPDATE: Just another Tuesday afternoon
Witness Brendan Rawlins said he saw the man being shot twice. He said that before the shooting the man charged at the police officer with an object that may have been a knife.

big bad tedley betts"YO!!! MC Tedley... wassup dawg?"

You gonna make me your "beyotch"?


LAST WORD: It's all about the respect
The 10 to 15 witnesses who were also in the bar around 4 a.m. Saturday aren’t giving investigators much of a chance to catch the killer of the man known among friends as Rockfort.

They’ve vanished.
Yessirree... not your parents Toronto.

Professional journalism "community"...

...surprised, shocked... indeed, stupified... to discover that Conservatives will not be implementing Jack Layton's last wishes...
stand by for breaking newsHeck... this isn't just about policy... we're talking... gasp... serial murder...
"Things will die. The Wheat Board will be wound down. The long-gun registry will be put out of its misery. Public funding for political parties will be phased into extinction."

17 September 2011

A job so tough, so complicated...

...you wouldn't even wanna consider it... without completing highschool...
At 19, Pierre-Luc Dusseault made history in May by becoming Canada’s youngest-ever MP; instead of working at a golf course this summer as he’d planned, his first full-time job was representative for Sherbrooke.
Let's face it, Quebec... it IS funny.

The NDP dumps placeholder candidates into as many ridings as possible, so they can hoover up that per-vote subsidy.

Then... you lunkheads actually vote a bunch of them in... not because you believe in this perennially last-place party... but because you got suckered by a terminally-ill slickster who, as his last wish, longed desperately to poke a thumb in Stephen Harper's eye.

Way to punch yourself in the face, Pitou.


RELATED: Apparently, that's just how Quebec rolls
MONTREAL - He has not read the report and he’s not going to call an inquiry or take extra steps to ensure the Liberal Party of Quebec is not benefiting from payoffs from firms getting road-construction contracts.

That’s how Premier Jean Charest reacted Friday to an explosive report about road-construction collusion

So when you see Dalton McGuinty...

...in all those election ads, strolling through those factories... touting his massive taxpayer-subsidised investment in the "green energy" industry... is there ever a moment when you ask yourself... "What if he's wrong?"

Look what happened south of the border with the Car-Salesman in Chief...
"We have incurred significant net losses since our inception, including a net loss of $114.1 million in 2007, $232.1 million in 2008 and $119.8 million in the first nine months of fiscal 2009, and we had an accumulated deficit of $505 million at Oct. 3, 2009," the company said in a December 2009 filing to the SEC.

"We expect to continue to incur significant operating and net losses and negative cash flow from operations for the foreseeable future."
And it gets even better. Even after the Whitehouse knew Solyndra was going down the shitter... all they cared about was how it was going to affect the re-election campaign.
Newly released emails show the White House was worried about the likely effect of a default by Solyndra on Obama's re-election campaign."The optics of a Solyndra default will be bad," an OMB official wrote in a Jan. 31 email to a colleague. "The timing will likely coincide with the 2012 campaign season heating up."
That's simply how politics works.

The one thing you might wanna remember is that Dalton isn't gamblin' with his own money. That multi-billion dollar roll of the dice?

That one, Ontario... that's on you.

Welcome to the Colonel Klink school...

...of building a better world...
"STRATFORD - The tornado that devastated Goderich last month left more than uprooted trees, damaged buildings and crushed cars in its wake."

"'It also left valuable lessons in emergency management', says Perth County's community emergency response co-ordinator."
Valuable lessons, huh? Is that what the guys with the clipboards & checklists told you? papers pleaseSomebody, please... refresh my memory... when exactly, did we turn into a nation of obsessive-compulsive pencil-pushers?
"Coun. Bill French said he was bothered some Mennonite Central Committee volunteers hoping to help with the cleanup were turned away because they didn't have chainsaw safety certification, and donated lunches were thrown out because they weren't prepared in inspected kitchens."
Somehow, the building permits have become more important than the actual buildings.

16 September 2011

A double-booking at the Granite Club?

I guess the Premier of Toronto has way more important stuff to do that day...
“The Ontario PC Party is announcing that if Dalton McGuinty is unwilling to make the trip to northern Ontario for the debate, we will foot the bill for him to participate via video-conference from north Toronto,” the Conservatives said Thursday in a news release.
What's up with that? I guess all us "dumb as dogshit" hillbillies who choose not to live in the center of the universe don't deserve to bask in his august presence...
So far, NDP Leader Andrea Horwath and PC Leader Tim Hudak have confirmed they will participate in the debate, and are prepared to leave an empty chair for McGuinty.

McGuinty said thanks, but no thanks to Hudak’s offer.

More Fife & Drum

CTV News... in the name of protecting ordinary Canadians from "wasteful" spending... is, yet again, going after Chief of Defence Staff Gen. Walt Natynczyk...general versus pretend general
Passenger logs obtained by CTV News under the Access to Information Act show that in January 2010, Natynczyk used a CC-144 Challenger to fly to St. Maarten Island in the Caribbean to begin a vacation. He attended a repatriation ceremony a day earlier in Trenton, Ont., and missed his flight for a cruise holiday with his family.
Hmmm... if only we had some sort of measuring stick... something to compare to... wait a minute...
Between January 2006 and September 2010, Jean made 251 trips and accumulated more than 1,048 hours of flight. The bill for travel expenses totalled $2.7 million.

La Presse also notes that on eight separate occasions, Jean used government planes for personal trips including five junkets to her family home in France. She also visited Jamaica, Barbados and Mexico with her husband and their daughter.

Jean's predecessor, Adrienne Clarkson, was one who especially raised the ire of Canadians for her not-so spendthrift ways.

Clarkson's budget increased from $11 million a year to $19 million during her tenure.
So Bob... you only go after actual serving members of the military... not the beneficiaries of an archaic, ceremonial make-work programme?


RELATED: Ask our irony deprived media

Sleep tight America

Applying a little "Hope & Change" to the nation's Global Positioning Satellite system... what could possibly go wrong?
-- Washington, DC -- The White House confirmed Wednesday that its Office of Management and Budget suggested changes to the general’s testimony but insisted such reviews are routine and not influenced by politics. And it said Shelton will be permitted to give the testimony he wants, without any pressure.

The general’s office declined to comment, and LightSquared did not return calls seeking comment. Harbinger Capital Partners, Falcone’s investment firm, said it would provide a comment Thursday.

LightSquared has previously acknowledged it met with administration officials as it tried to shepherd the project, which is consistent with President Obama’s goal of trying to expand broadband wireless access nationwide.
Hmmm... who is this Philip Falcone?

Oh yeah, he's the Democratic Party uber-donor who made a pile shorting subprime debt.

Nice to have friends in high places, right Phil?


RELATED: Hang on... another Obama fundraiser?
"Solyndra has attracted attention in Washington because the company’s largest investors include funds linked to billionaire Tulsa oil industrialist George Kaiser, a leading fundraiser for President Obama."
Uh, Barry... here's a thought. If more than one of your buddies is a completely irredeemable scammer... maybe it is you.

15 September 2011

I dunno... sounds a little imPOTUS to me

Okay, I think we've officially crossed over into "needy girlfriend" territory...
-- RALEIGH, North Carolina -- US President Barack Obama told fired up supporters Wednesday that if they loved him, they must help pass his jobs bill, injecting more urgency into his push for key legislation.

One supporter from the raucous crowd shouted to Obama that they loved him, and in a standard response from his 2008 campaign he replied "I love you back" then added a new twist.

"If you love me, you got to help me pass this bill," Obama said, repeating the line to more cheers.

14 September 2011

Sometimes, you've just gotta draw a line...

...to delineate unacceptable behaviour. And let's face it, there's few more obvious jumping off points than, say... flirty emails...

But I digress. What I meant to say is that I'm totally behind Dear Leader Nycole here... no ifs ands or buts...
The interim leader of the Opposition in the House of Commons, Nycole Turmel, has joined the chorus calling on MP Bob Dechert to resign as the parliamentary secretary to the minister of foreign affairs.
Bob Dechert has to go.

I mean... you're found stark-naked in a sketchy triad-run brothel during a late-night police raid, what choice... WAIT... A... MINUTE...

Mummy... what's "gentle moolytashum?"

The Toronto District School Board... solving the world's problems... (witness International Day of Zero-Tolerance on Female Genital Cutting/Mutilation)... one day at a time...
what... no remember amy winehouse dayOf course, no matter how worthy the agenda... there's always some tightass, interfering "stick in the mud"... who can't get with the politburo, er... programme...
TORONTO — While flipping through his six-year-old son’s new student planner Monday night, Jaak Purres was shocked to see some pretty heavy words jump out at him: sex worker, female genital mutilation, Palestinian solidarity.

Most of them were plotted on a calendar marking “Days of Significance” — International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers (Dec 17), the International Day of Zero-Tolerance on Female Genital Cutting/Mutilation (Feb. 6).
Now, please don't get me wrong here... I'm an anti-mutilation kinda guy, myself. It's just, I'm a little doubtful that the "barely out of diapers" crowd should be your target demographic.
“It’s just bizarre,” said the outraged dad. “He’s six. I want him to enjoy being six.”
Well, Jaak... here's a thought... it ain't Tim Hudak who's been turning Ontario into a unicorn-scented socialist paradise.

Just something to remember when you head for the polls next month.

Then they went and had that huge funeral...

...so I guess we'll never know how close we came... to another "Weekend at Bernie's"...corpsically correct
"This has been a difficult time for New Democrats everywhere, with the incredible loss of our leader, Jack Layton. It’s up to us now. In just a few short weeks, we have an opportunity to meet Jack’s challenge."
If Jack is this guy's leader... who exactly is Andrea Horwath?

I swear, at this point, I wouldn't be surprised to hear they're door-stepping Layton relics or orange holy water.


RELATED: Creating jobs... well, one anyway

The NDP motto... "We'll get there... eventually."hey... it's a job
"It's modelled after British Columbia's Resources Jobs Commissioner – a now-defunct position."

13 September 2011

Yet another sacred right

I'm beginning to understand why the Taliban is so sure they can kick our soft, spoiled asses...

gay old time**********

RELATED: Meanwhile, south of the 49th...

...is there any problem so big... some selfless lawyer can't fix it?
thar he blows**********

"And here, we have the inalienable right to overeat like a fattened pig versus the enshrined right to BUILD YOUR RESTAURANT THE WAY YOU WANT TO."

LAST WORD: Is there ever...

...under any conceivable circumstance, a scenario where defense lawyers will not play the race card?
"Buck, 48, was convicted in the July 1995 murders of his former girlfriend, Debra Gardner, and her friend, Kenneth Butler. Buck also shot his sister, Phyllis Taylor, in the chest, but she survived."
The only thing the prosecution didn't have... was video of the murders... but somehow this is about racism?


mcslippery rules
-- TORONTO -- Premier Dalton McGuinty has the second-worst fiscal record of Canada's 10 provincial premiers, according to a new report from the Fraser Institute. The Ontario leader finished in ninth place, just in front of Prince Edward Island's Robert Ghiz.
 UPDATE:   The Empire Strikes Back And after almost a decade... he still blames Mike Harris...
“We know how to deal with deficits, we inherited a $5.6 billion one from the last guys,” McGuinty said.
Of course, that doesn't explain this balance sheet...
Still, McGuinty’s administration registered a $19.3-billion shortfall in 2009-10, the highest on record.

A Tale of Two Stories

As everybody knows... a good headline sets the tone for the whole article. A skillful writer can have folks leaning this way, or that, before they even finish that first paragraph.

The first headline here is a classic. Despite using the word "flirted"... it still manages to confer a certain gravitas and, more importantly... states one thing while implying exactly the opposite.
halls of macadamia/The obvious takeaway here is that this man is a loose cannon, a candidate for blackmail... and thus a danger to his country.

How exactly do you respond to this kind of thing?
"Bob Dechert says voters will dismiss a report that he wrote flirtatious emails as a non-issue, because there was 'no wrongdoing' in the incident, for which the parliamentary secretary was not arrested or charged."
Yeah, yeah, I know how weak that sounds... and in fact, Bob Dechert actually said nothing of the sort... but, then again, maybe he should have.

'Cos... you've got a glib excuse and a sympathetic media following... forget all about those triad pimps... you can get almost any headline you desire...
halls of macadamia/
"Jack Layton says voters will dismiss a report that he was once found in a massage parlour by police in 1996 as a non-issue, because there was 'no wrongdoing' in the incident, for which the NDP leader was not arrested or charged."
I dunno... I suppose we should all be used to men in positions of power tripping all over their erections... and flirty emails and sketchy late-night shiatsu are probably the tip of the iceberg.

But don't you find it interesting how these two less-than-seemly tales are portrayed as near-reciprocals of each other in the media?

I'm almost ready to go pitch CBC on a new reality show... "SURVIVOR: Byward Market".


UPDATE: Brothel? What Chinatown brothel?

Who is this Layton you speak of?
good ol saint jackGotta have priorities, huh?

12 September 2011

'Allo, 'allo... I'm not sure I follow here

The lamestream media herd sneaks in and spikes the kool-aid /// then starts bitchin' when they wake up with a hangover? ///

Thank goodness for the sagacity of online commenters...oh, my achin' headAnd call me cynical... but this postmortem, er... postmortem... smacks, not of journalistic integrity, but one last attempt to squeeze blood out of this one-time fairy tale...
Last week, La Presse columnist Patrick Lagacé didn’t mince words: “Mr. Layton ran for the highest office knowing that the crab was gnawing at his bones. We should have been told. This would have changed the vote of thousands of people, that’s clear."

"And it’s someone who voted for the NDP who’s telling you this.”
Ah, Patrick... yet another less-than-timely intervention by the "professional journalist" community.


1. Your original birth certificate is available. Your birth-province respects your right to know about your ancestry. --

2. Both of your adoptive parents had the same relationship with you. Sarah's father never met her mother, and Bill is unrelated to Sarah. --

3. Obscuring your ancestry was not in anyone's interest. --

4. You are not the product of a social experiment.

11 September 2011

In the beginning - 1964

a decade later**********

In the interim - 2001


Today and forever more...
a decade later**********

UPDATE: Why would anyone be surprised?
-- MONTREAL -- "Protesters (the Revolutionary Communist Party of Canada) denouncing so-called American imperialism burned a United States flag in front of the U.S. consulate in Montreal Sunday afternoon on the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks."
Just another piece of self-involved socialist nonsense... from the people who mindlessly embraced the Party of Jack.

10 September 2011

Apparently, the Liberal campaign co-chair...

...thinks Ontarians are a bunch of morons...
“I never thought I’d have to explain something so obvious and something with so much common sense." --
Yes, of course Greg... if only the average man on the street was as smart as, oh, I dunno... a Fiberal party pooh-bah.

Not that I can't see the reasoning here.

A while ago, I heard that 52% of Torontonians self-identify as being members of a visible minority. Obviously, Greg & company feel that those votes are for sale... and have acted accordingly.

I don't think that's gonna work. I'm gonna go out on a limb here and hazard a guess that perhaps not all Ontarians (whatever their ethnic origin) are on board with the Liberals politically-correct system of quotas and taxpayer-subsidised "affirmative action" plans.
After six days of defending the $10,000-credit program without providing details beyond the vague promise in its campaign literature the Liberals had campaign co-chair Greg Sorbara outline exactly who would qualify for the grants the $12-million a year program.
I think Ontarians... and indeed, most Canadians still believe in a meritocracy... where people earn their rewards.

I think most people are smart enough to realise that all of this valuta ultimately comes out of their own pockets.


"Why don't the Glibs promise that $12 (million) to the college and university grads from Ontario who aren't working in the jobs for which the were educated. Like 98% of my graduating college class, for instance."

LAST WORD: The future is already here

If they put a fraction of the...

... time, money and effort... into helping their Palestinian brethren better themselves... as they put into plotting death & destruction of innocent bystanders...
But on Monday, when the crowds are gone, the families of the 40 passengers and crew members who were killed when the plane was hijacked by terrorists on Sept. 11, 2001, will hold a private service to bury the unidentified remains of all of those who were on board.
Instead, the Islamic fundamentalists have forever etched themselves into the world's consciousness... as unthinking, pitiless murderers...a decade later
Those remains have been kept in an above-ground crypt for the last 10 years by the Somerset County coroner, Wallace Miller, awaiting a final resting place. They will be laid to rest in three steel coffins at the patch of earth — sodden now from endless rains — where the plane rammed into the ground.

The socialists don't seem to remember...

...Osama's boys don't play by our rules...
dipped in shitSo when the Party of Jack trots out...
"Hope is better than fear"
... they forget that the response from the other side is...
"The Americans love Pepsi-Cola..."we love death."

UPDATE: How do you top 9-11?

killing the great satan
"On Friday, cops had personal radiation detectors on their belts, and radiation detectors are being used by police within a 50-mile radius of New York City."

LAST WORD: A little unclear on the concept...

...democracy, that is...
-- CAIRO -- A demonstration that brought tens of thousands to this city’s central Tahrir Square turned violent on Friday, when thousands of people — led by a heavy contingent of soccer fans — tore down a protective wall around the Israeli Embassy, while others defaced the headquarters of the Egyptian Interior Ministry.
If these are the new & improved citizens of a democratic Egypt... I sure wouldn't want to run into their not-so-nice predecessors.

09 September 2011

With apologies to Richard Prior

Now honey, who ya gonna believe... Dalton and company... or your own damn lyin' eyes?once again, it begins
-- London, ONT -- “We came here to do business,” Mr. Lee told reporters, “so we don’t want to be involved in political affairs and the election campaign.”
But there he was in a chemistry lab at the University of Western Ontario, standing alongside the politician seeking a third straight term on Oct. 6.
I mean... what could possibly go wrong?
once again, it beginsNow, here's a question you... as an Ontario taxpayer... might wanna ask yourself.

If solar power is such a winner, such a lead-pipe cinch... why does Dalton have to, financially speaking, reach over and grab his, er... your ankles for Samsung?

And even with all those hundreds of millions of taxpayer greenbacks... how well exactly, did that work out for... prominent Obama fundraiser... George Kaiser?