Sunday, 20 February 2011


Any fragile illusion that the point of Parliament these days is *NOT* to advance the greater glory of Stevie Spiteful the 1st has been brutally smashed by this:

The National Capital Commission met Friday to give final approval to the design of the glass dome that some federal officials have dubbed the "crystal palace."

The project was officially unveiled by commission architect Linda Dicaire, who said the spectacular dome is necessary to "provide parliament with a dignified chamber and quality facility worthy of Canada's most democratic institution."

While the Crystal Palace offers the perfect setting for the majority Stevie anticipates, it does raise some questions. Since the ReformaTories demonstrably enjoy throwing stones, why should taxpayers accept that they practice their favourite sport in a glass House?

Grand merci to Boris at TGB.

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