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Saskboy's Abandoned Stuff: Trudeau Makes Senate Change in Liberal Party

This is a clear about-face from being willing to welcome Mac Harb back into the Liberal fold. I really wonder which idea is actually Trudeau’s.

Trudeau kicks Liberal senators out of caucus o.canada.com/news/national/… via @canadadotcom #PN #SenCA #cdnpoli— Christina Spencer (@Spencerpress) January 29, 2014

This explains some things RT @OttawaCitizen How Justin Trudeau and his . . . → Read More: Saskboy’s Abandoned Stuff: Trudeau Makes Senate Change in Liberal Party

Saskboy's Abandoned Stuff: ConCalls: Fantino RoboCop Faces More #elxnfraud Scrutiny

Liddy thinks that a note she sent to Elections Canada may have lit a fire. In that note, she told investigators that she had also alerted the RCMP to a Fantino tele-conference hosted by embattled Senator Mike Duffy back in 2010 that she can’t find expensed in the candidate’s public filings.

The Duffy/Fantino tele-townhall is . . . → Read More: Saskboy’s Abandoned Stuff: ConCalls: Fantino RoboCop Faces More #elxnfraud Scrutiny

The Ranting Canadian: Julian Fantino: once a dirty cop, now a dirty politician The…

Julian Fantino: once a dirty cop, now a dirty politician

The dishonourable Julian “Mussolini” Fantino, Canada’s minister of international cooperation, was recently busted for ordering a pro-Conservative propaganda letter (signed by him) to be published on the website of the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), a non-partisan federal agency. After the MP . . . → Read More: The Ranting Canadian: Julian Fantino: once a dirty cop, now a dirty politician
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The Disaffected Lib: Another MacKay-Fantino Love Child?

They could’ve stuck with the ships Paul Martin had on the books when he left office, but nooooo.

The ships, three of them, were to replace the navy’s 45-year old supply ships only they were to be supply ships and more.    That deal was scrapped by the Tories.

Now we’re told to expect an announcement . . . → Read More: The Disaffected Lib: Another MacKay-Fantino Love Child?

The Disaffected Lib: Fantino’s Foot-In-Mouthitis Flares Again

Harper loose cannon Julian Fantino is at it again.   Now safely distanced from the F-35 fiasco, Fantino has been unleashed on the International Cooperation portfolio.

His diplomatic prowess was demonstrated in La Presse where Fantino announced Canadian aid to Haiti was being frozen.  It turns out that nobody notified the Haitians or, for that matter, . . . → Read More: The Disaffected Lib: Fantino’s Foot-In-Mouthitis Flares Again

Trashy's World: From one national embarrassment…

…to another… Steve’s talent pool is pretty thin, isn’t it? I mean, Fantino is the BEST he can offer? There MUST be an eager backbencher who would fill this post admirably! Oh. Yeah. (6) Trashy, Ottawa, Ontario

Saskboy's Abandoned Stuff: ConCalls: True Believers Ignore Evidence #RoboCon

@saskboy Will you ever learn that PMSH simply doesnt plan and execute Robocall-kindacrap? #notthatkindaPM @leaderpost— Carol Husband (@CarolHusband) May 11, 2012

“The Conservative Party can say absolutely definitively it has no role in any of this.” – Stephen Harper, PM, in the House of Commons this year (see video at 2:00). The following information demonstrates . . . → Read More: Saskboy’s Abandoned Stuff: ConCalls: True Believers Ignore Evidence #RoboCon

The Roundhouse: The Wee Shuffle

Today’s Cabinet Shuffle, necessitated by the retirement of Jim Prentice to move on to a job at CIBC, was as minor as it could have been. A replacement had to be found for Mr. Prentice, and while there were no other important changes the strategy of wooing Greater Toronto prior to the next election continued. . . . → Read More: The Roundhouse: The Wee Shuffle

The Roundhouse: The Wee Shuffle

Today’s Cabinet Shuffle, necessitated by the retirement of Jim Prentice to move on to a job at CIBC, was as minor as it could have been. A replacement had to be found for Mr. Prentice, and while there were no other important changes the strategy of woo… . . . → Read More: The Roundhouse: The Wee Shuffle