Sunday, November 30, 2008

Immoral but what'dya expect

What is happening to this country. We have a bunch of basically simple minded unelected despots attempting to get into power when they couldn't find a pot to piss in during the last federal election.

Secret deal exposed
November 30, 2008
Layton isn’t worried about the economy. He just wants power.

In a call with NDP caucus members and senior staff, Jack Layton privately admitted that the NDP has had a secret - and longstanding - deal with the separatist Bloc Quebecois – a deal pre-dating the Government’s recent Economic and Fiscal Update (EFU). The NDP provided the date, time, call-in number and conference call code to the Conservative Party.
For the NDP, toppling Canada’s Government is not about the economy or the Government’s EFU. The EFU was merely a trigger to execute a longstanding secret deal between the NDP and Quebec separatists.
The NDP and the Quebec separatists are attempting to do through secret negotiations what they’ve been unable to do at the ballot box: win power and impose their agenda on Canadians.
Just as the Liberals do not have a mandate to form a coalition with the NDP after campaigning explicitly against such a coalition, the NDP certainly does not have a mandate to implement a secret deal with a party that wants to destroy Canada.
How can the Liberal Party – the party of Laurier and Trudeau – allow itself to be played by the NDP in this way? Was Stephane Dion aware of this secret deal with Quebec separatists when he started talking to the NDP?
The opposition has every right to defeat the Government. They do not, however, have the right to impose a coalition they campaigned against and a secret deal with Quebec separatists without the consent of Canadian voters.
"…nobody really imagined that it would be possible for the Bloc Quebecois, the Liberal party of Canada ever to enter into any kind of a discussion around the future of the country and it turned out that we were the glue…" – Jack Layton (Download mp3)
"BQ stability issues, worry about BQ potentially being off-side, we're taking that very much into account. We have numerous strategies designed to deal with it, I actually believe they're the least of our problems, but in case I'm wrong, let's just say we have strategies, this whole thing would not have happened if the moves hadn't have been made with the Bloc to lock them in early, because you couldn't put three people together in one, in three hours. The first part was done a long time ago, I won't go into details…” – Jack Layton (Download mp3)
"The coalition for Canada, I love the idea, it could be a deal-breaker for the Bloc (laughter) so if we don't go, we call it "The Coalition for Canada and Quebec," (lots of laughter). Well, welcome to the real world of.... That's not funny." – Jack Layton with laughter and comments from numerous unidentified participants (Download mp3)

Sunday, November 16, 2008

Interesting or What?

Moncton lawyer Jolene Richard has been named a provincial court judge.

Richard is married to Liberal MP Dominic LeBlanc, who is running for the federal party's leadership.Moncton lawyer Jolene Richard has been named a provincial court judge.

Richard is married to Liberal MP Dominic LeBlanc, who is running for the federal party's leadership. (Stewart McKelvey website)The New Brunswick government has named Moncton lawyer Jolène Richard, wife of Beauséjour Liberal MP Dominic LeBlanc, as a provincial court judge.

Saturday, October 4, 2008

The Missing MP

Check this youtube video out.

Friday, September 26, 2008


What is Brian Murpy talking about anyway?

In the local Moncton paper a few days ago there appeared an ad on page three in bright Liebral red that stated the accomplishments that Brian had accomplished. He was looking for a pat on the back I guess.

After doing some basic research each of his points was countered as lies and complete and utter bullshit basically.

He alluded to his single handedness in getting the bridge replaced to Riverview. Ya right. He was about as active on this as a balloon would be in a hurricane. A lot of hot air and basically nothing else. Nice try Brian. As usual you lied your way into having people believe that you had a major part in this happening. Matter of FACT it was the government of Bernard Lord that played the single most important role in getting this done FINALLY! That and a substantial contribution from the FEDERAL CONSERVATIVE government. Nothing the Liberals did in their 13 years of INACTIVITY had any kind of role. Nice try Brian.

Sewage Treatment: Wasn't too long ago that Smiling Brian castigated a local contributor to the Times and Transcript for writing a well thought out article (or at least it appeared to be) about some kind of secondary treatment plan for the River. It seems that Brian had once again stated that somehow he had met with someone who stated that it was not important to have secondary treatment now. All of a sudden he is beating his big belly stating that he is the sole contributor to the saving and the restoration of the River. Once again, nice try Brian.

This is the same PART TIME MP who had MISSED over 43 votes in the house of commons according to facts we can look up for ourselves.

People...... let's put this poor soul out of his misery. Let him go back to being the part time lawyer that he professes to be. He sure as hell can't do a full time job as our MP.

He also goes on to say that he had a great part in the saving of the Kay arena. It seems that our local Conservative candidate, Daniel Allain had more to do with this important project than Smilin Brian could ever dream of having. While Brian was nowhere to be seen (unless a camera would be around) Daniel from what I learned was putting 200% effort into getting funding secured from the Conservative Provincial and Federal governments while he was not even running for MP. Brian where were you once again?