Well as you know the Con convention in Calgary had to be postponed due to an extreme weather event.And Stephen Harper is terribly depressed because he can't press the reset button on his old and tired government.So I thought I'd try to cheer him up eh?By organizing a smaller convention, or Con reunion, of . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Stephen Harper and My Fabulous Con Reunion
Thanks to Alison at Creekside for this and, of course, her ever-growing Harper’s Parade of Perps.
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In the ghastly Orwellian circus that the Cons have turned our Parliament into, it was a wonderful moment.There was James Moore, filling in for Stephen Harper, doing what he has been doing since Great Ugly Leader left for Europe in a hurry.Answering every question by smearing the opposition.Read more »
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“He was known as the “shadow MP” of the federal Mont-Royal riding, hovering and thinking about making another run at the job after losing in 2011….Saulie Zajdel’s stunning arrest Monday on five charges including breach of trust, corruption and fraud sent a shock wave through the ranks of the Conservative Party from the . . . → Read More: The Liberal Scarf: Former Conservative candidate and "shadow MP" on your tax dollars arrested in Quebec corruption probe
You remember Bruce Carson, a [former] top adviser to PMSH?
And, then there was that $90K cheque from PMSH’s right-hand man, Nigel Wright, to Mike Duffy…
Well, now there’s Saulie Zajdel… you remember Saulie Zajdel, right?
Saulie Zajdel was arrested this morning by Sûreté de Québec and faces five charges, including abuse of confidence, . . . → Read More: somecanuckchick dot com: Former CPC candidate Saulie Zajdel arrested — what does this say about PMSH?
Saulie Zajdel, former Harpercon candidate who ran against Irwin Cotler in Mount-Royal and up until today, James Moore’s “employee” has left under the same cloak of secrecy he was hired under. Yep, ol’ Saulie resigned his post as Irwin Cotler’s shadow.
“I’m no longer working for the federal government,” Zajdel said in a . . . . . → Read More: Bye Bye Saulie!