06.01.2010 05:10 PM

Kid Kodak’s measured, mature response

And now, the next time this guy has anything to say about workplace harassment, or prejudice, or bullying of others, or reckless spending of other peoples’ money, or arrogance, or hypocrisy…well, people will laugh.  It’s a joke.  He’s Gomery Lite (and I’m familiar with the species).

This is the self-described “watch dog” the Opposition wanted?  This? Well, now they’ve got him.

And, with his conduct and his arrogance, the “dog” has neutered himself.

(And, boy, do I now have a story to tell about him.)

10 Comments

  1. Robbie says:

    “We are always searching for innovative, creative thinkers who are enthusiastic about their work and are committed to delivering excellence” Marin County website.

    (Salary negotiable. Preference will be given to candidates who have previous experience in office bullying and outright buffoonery as well as having a proven track record in creating and maintaining low levels of staff morale. If you believe you have the skill set to foster a poisonous workplace where diversity is disrespected and people want to leave, we want to hear from you. Expense accounts not included.

  2. mrburnsns says:

    …from buying some deodorant at your expense.

  3. allegra fortissima says:

    “Expense accounts not included” – THAT SUX!

  4. james smith says:

    What if we all collectively said:

    Beetlejuice!

    Beetlejuice!

    Beetlejuice!

    Might he go back to where he once belonged?

  5. Student501 says:

    A high level Public Servant, posting something as silly as that is way beyond bad taste.

  6. Juan says:

    I thought the Liberal Party had a majority in the Ontario Legislature. So if you think he’s unqualified for the position then why aren’t you condemning them?

  7. Lipman says:

    -What an obnoxious tweet. Is it possible his former employees are right about this guy?

  8. J. Coates says:

    One more swivel servant, paid at tax payers’ shoots his big mouth off.

  9. sj says:

    I was (for some reason I can’t recall) invited to his 20 something birthday party at the FOUR SEASONS in Ottawa. Now I was a lowly, grossly-underpaid Hill staffer at the time and most of our birthday parties were BYOB or started out with the 3 for 1 happy hour at Stoney Mondays in the Market. So I was kinda worried about how much it would cost. No problem, Andre Ouellet picked up the tab. Maye that was the beginning of using OPM (other people’s money).

  10. Martin says:

    WOuld love to hear the story about this lame duck.

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