Wednesday, 14 March 2012

Insanity from CON senator.

The CPC propaganda machine, Stevie's Politburo aka the PMO and its hundreds of minions cranking it out for ministers, is showing signs of stress fatigue.

From here:
"Let me ask you this, honourable senators: If environmentalists are willing to accept money from Martians, where would they draw the line on where they receive money from? Would they take money from Al Qaeda, the Hamas or the Taliban?," Senator Don Plett, the party's former president, asked in the Senate.

"It's jaw-droopingly bizarre," Devon Page, executive director of EcoJustice told The Huffington Post Canada late Tuesday.

"I have no idea where this comes from. To me this defies reason, logic and all of this is so bizarre I have a hard time responding to it. To me, it's a good example of why we need an elected Senate," he said. "They are being irresponsible, I think they are not representing the Canadian public, I think the Senate is disassociating itself from reasoned debate."

Plett, who was appointed by Prime Minister Stephen Harper in 2009, made the comments during an inquiry into the foreign funding of Canadian charities.
Thanks to the Harper CONtempt Party, our Parliament now features scenes of unbridled fuckwittery, almost as riveting as the gonzo journalism writing of JJ's beloved Hunter Thompson.


Dr.Dawg said...

These people were born in their dotage.

deBeauxOs said...

No doubt Don Plett's mother waited in vain for her child to grow up into a real human being, with the capacity for rational thought.

Niles said...

It's not insanity. It's Consanity. You know, where they create the empire of new paradigms and us feebs are stuck with reality-based observation. And they find reality a *bad* thing.

One really has to wonder if they took 1984 as a how-to manual, because if this isn't a direct rip, I don't know what is.

sunsin said...

I have very little use for Greenplea$e, but a terrorist organization? Good lord, that sort of comparison should be enough to get you committed to an institution, and not the Senate, either. And to extend these "compliments" to organizations like MADD and the Sierra Club? Again, complete f'ing lunacy. Maybe Harper just wants to deter all of us from paying any attention to government's doings at all, since it's rapidly getting to be a threat to our mental health.

Anonymous said...

Dude was the campaign manager responsible for getting (tell)Vic(everything)Toews elected in 2000. So, no wonder he feels/yaps like some geriatric magical Harry Potter. The wingnut doesn't fall far from the Triple E (entitled, egotistical, excrement).


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