Note the careful words, words that are worthy of a former Prime Ministerial spokesweasel: “I deeply regret the ordeal this has been for my family,” he said. “There’s been no way to shield or protect them.” The ordeal, of course, is Dean Del Maestro’s trial on charges of intentionally mis-representing campaign expenditures and ignoring spending . . . → Read More: Blevkog: Careful words
Sixth Estate laments Dean Del Maestro’s proposed ban on anonymous comments, missing an obvious countermeasure were it to become law.
Incidentally, P.P. “Weiner” is also a good one, because he’s a real person.
PS. Needless to say Dean Del Maestro is stupid, and his stupid idea is also stupid. But, more than anything else, . . . → Read More: BigCityLib Strikes Back: If This Ever Goes Through, I Got Dibs On "Haywood J. Blome"
If you’re going to send a spokesperson out to the media and talkshows to defend/obfuscate against robocalls and whether or not your party engaged in voter suppression, I’d suggest Dean Del Maestro isn’t the guy to keep sending out there. He’s an accident that’s happening (the Liberals were calling their own voters and harassing them? . . . → Read More: Scott’s DiaTribes: A small bit of advice for Stephen Harper