Musings —04.09.2011 06:02 PM—
- Okay, fine, guilty as charged! It was beautiful enough to take your breath away, today, and I had a boy with me who wanted to play hockey and basketball, so KCCCC got sidelined. It was hard to think about politics on a day like this. So, accordingly, this edition won’t be just late – it will be positive and upbeat! Uncharacteristically, I will be only say nice things!
- The NDP and the Tories have run great campaigns! So says Ipsos and Post Media! Well, I’ve been saying the Liberals have been running the best campaign, and others agree, so it would seem that everyone is running a great campaign! Way to go, political people! Wooot!
- Great hair, Lois! Reformatory MP has been rather critical of me in the past, but that’s okay! All is forgiven, Lois! And so what if you’ve spent a small fortune of taxpayer’s money to get your hair done, and that the results resemble the mane of Scar, from The Lion King? I’m sure that you consider it money well-spent, and that all of your constituents would eagerly contribute to other Lois-related causes, like therapy!
- Conrad says leave Bruce alone! And who are we to argue? They’re very much alike! I mean, both fellows are arch-conservatives, both like to play with other peoples’ money, and both have served time in the Long Bar Hotel! I think it’s nice that Conrad is nice to Bruce, don’t you? I mean, if convicted conservative criminals don’t stick together, who will? God bless them both!
- The National Post is kind of mean to Michael Ignatieff! I know that is, like, a totally huge surprise, but it’s okay! In 2000, when the aforementioned Conrad Black was super-mean to Jean Chretien (before Mr. Black became prisoner number 18330-424, that is), and used his newspaper chain to attack J.C. a lot, the Liberals ended up with more seats than they won in 1997! So go ahead and be mean, National Post! It makes you feel better, and us Liberals, too! Everyone wins!
- There is absolutely nothing negative about Max Bernier in the papers today! Isn’t that nice? Here’s the official portrait of Max we will always remember: