09.13.2011 04:08 PM

Hudak PC Tea Bagger totally flubs media encounter

You have to turn up the volume a bit, but his discomfort is pretty easy to see.

12 Comments

  1. bigcitylib says:

    You can probably take a day off

  2. JenS says:

    Well, I’ll give him this much: at least, it would seem, he doesn’t KNOW he’s lying.

    Ay yi yi . . .

  3. nic coivert says:

    Jack Ass MacLaren is more like it.

  4. Nelson says:

    Guess that’s what happens when you let hate-filled idiocy blind you from the facts. Let’s hope voters see this kind of stupidity and go with their better judgements.

    But, damn!, is this funny!

  5. W the K - No, not Warren says:

    Stunningly palpable contempt for everyone in that room. And he doesn’t even care who sees it.

    Y’know PCs used to do a better job of masking that. But for the past twenty years every conservative I’ve met, to a person, has been increasingly angry at someone or some group. These groups, whoever they may be, become a simple and convenient focus for the anger of these new conservatives. It is usually directed at the other, the ones who are not them. And they are becoming more overt in angrily assigning blame to those people or groups for what they feel is wrong in their lives. It got Ford elected in Toronto.

    Case in point in this election: a tea bagger talk radio host in Toronto, often angry, is blaming Hudak’s slide in the polls on his civility. He honestly believes that if Hudak came out angrier his popularity would grow. Simple.

  6. Cynical says:

    Dumber than:
    a) paint
    b) a bag of hammers
    c) all of the above

    GMAFB!

  7. Cam Prymak says:

    This is Norm Sterling’s replacement?

  8. Visionseeker says:

    I drove through this ridding on the weekend and a large bible school/church on hwy 15 had his signs on nearly every inch of its property. By this we can surmise that the group:

    a- is one of many who claim to be Christian while perverting Christ’s message
    b- are a religious front for a political activist campaign that should be denied religious order status under the Income Tax Act
    c- are a few cards short of a full deck and therefore welcoming of jokers
    d- all of the above

    Those who answer correctly shall win a signed copy of Timmy Tea Party’s October victory speech… In other words: nothing.

    • TheSilentObserver says:

      They definately should be defunded, that is no way for a “religious institution” to act, not to mention illegal. If somebody finds a place of worship plastered with grit or NDP signs, the same applies

  9. nic coivert says:

    I had to watch this again, it is so satisfying, and I love the banjo at the end.

  10. TheSilentObserver says:

    This actually made me chuckle, good job

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