Wednesday, November 23, 2005


No comment of mine could add, explain, or clarify the reason and purpose of the non-confidence motion Stephen Harper will introduce tomorrow in the House of Commons:

"That the House condemns the government for its arrogance in refusing to compromise with the opposition parties over the timing of the next general election and for its 'culture of entitlement,' corruption, scandal, and gross abuse of public funds for political purposes and, consequently, the government no longer has the confidence of the House."


hancor said...

A pretty scathing indictment. No punches pulled here.

hancor said...

Oh I think this would be in ass whipping territory.

Of course this would be within the parameters of the spanking law.

Canadian Foundation for Children, Youth and the Law v. Canada (Attorney General), [2004] 1 S.C.R. 76, 2004 SCC 4 (CanLII)


Anonymous said...

shouldn't it read "for political and personal purposes"