10 April 2013

Famous for being famous...

...just like Paris Hilton...
defining moment, huh?Quite frankly, if there is indeed a "defining moment" here... it's actually about the fragile state of "professional" journalism in Canada.


7 comments:

Anonymous said...

professional journalism..... ha ha a contridiction in terms or an oxymoron. they are mostly morons matbe they could become clean by using oxy.

Anonymous said...

macadamia.... the blogging tories need an open comment format. i know it is a pain but readership will increase. it is easy to dump comments. very few people comment on sites here. too bad.....old white and sometimes nasty guy.

Neo Conservative said...

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"anon says... it is easy to dump comments"

sorry, nonny... my blog, my rules. i guess not getting your earlier troll published is hurting your feelings.

why on earth should i allow nasty little trolls to jerk off here in the comments?

i went without moderation for years, but the last straw was the anonymous little coward who threatened to firebomb my house.

you don't like it, i'm sure you can head over to iluvjustin.com and have the other lefties groom you all night long.

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Blame Crash said...

This is reminiscent of Day and his wetsuit. The big difference being that the lying dirt bag journalistic frauds can’t see it because of the brown smudge on their spectacles from having their head up you-know-who, you-know-what.
But the rest of us can see it for the preposterous “look at me” bad acting it is. The media fraudsters are definitely overexposing this buffoon. By the time the election rolls around, people will be bored sick of him, if they aren’t already. You’d think that these media half wits would know this, but they don’t.

Anonymous said...

Not even close to a Stockwell Day moment. This pic portrays a young and vibrant political couple. People have and will continue to flock to Trudeau in droves. Bet on it.

Anonymous said...

The idea of having any substitute teacher from Quebec running the country is enough to guarantee another PC majority.

Neo Conservative said...

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"anon says... having any substitute teacher from Quebec running the country..."

don't underestimate the vacuity of the average left-leaning voter... they still worship the sperm donor...

"In 1968, when Trudeau went from rich, socialist professor who had never held a real job in his life to prime minister, Canada’s national debt was a modest $11.3 billion; the federal deficit was zero."

"When Trudeau left office in 1984, the debt had mushroomed to $128 billion; the deficit to $25 billion annually."

in fact, the folks in justin's riding don't even care if he shows up for work...

The leadership hopeful has among the worst records for missing votes and has come under fire for skipping his responsibilities and ignoring his constituents to earn hundreds of thousands of dollars moonlighting as a "professional speaker."

In this session of Parliament, only three MPs have a worse voting record than Trudeau who has missed 221 votes, or about 64%.

shiny pony... canada's answer to prince charles.

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