06.27.2011 01:11 PM

Seadoo GR, Inc.

Stockaholics, take note: your boy is now a lobbyist, even though he says he’s not.

Here’s why he’s trying to suck and blow at the same time.


  1. Jan says:

    Love the name – Connex – won out over ExCon I guess. e7ps

  2. Mike London says:

    I hope this won’t offend the delicate senses of Ezra Levant.

  3. Mike B says:

    I don’t get it. Can’t he get a real job? If he wanted to continue engaging in the political sphere he should’ve remained an MP.

  4. Michael says:

    “as well as provide insightful analysis on Canadian political developments”

    He couldn’t do that when he was in politics, so what has changed now?

  5. JH says:

    Another game changer for sure!

  6. MCBellecourt says:

    Wonder what would happen if he changed his name to “Doris”?

    …sorry, WK, I had to ask.

  7. Iris Mclean says:

    I thought that Stock would just enjoy the nice pension, and get back to saving the world from homosexuals.

  8. Sean says:

    I have no trouble with lobbying. It is an important and legitimate part of a modern democracy. I do have a problem when a pack of two faced, scum sucking Tory dirtbags run around the country telling lies about the industry and then join that industry after being elected.

  9. Robert Viera says:

    “Disclaimer: Stockwell Day Connex is not a lobbying firm.”

    Reminds me of that painting by Marcel Duchamp: “Ceci n’est pas une pipe”

    I came across a bit of free enterprise on the part of a Conservative MP’s assistant once. You can read about it here:


  10. Come on Warren, if the shoe were on the other foot can you honestly say you’d be outraged? Honestly? 😐

  11. Michael Behiels says:

    What has gone badly wrong with the Ethics Commissioner?

    This Officer of Parliament has been a great disappointment.

    Canadians most certainly deserve better but Harper is happy and will most likely renew the contract for this Officer of Parliament.

    And ‘Doris’ Day is singing all the way to the bank!!

  12. smelter rat says:

    If he’s not a lobbyist, he’s certainly selling influence.

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