That's the only word that comes to mind.

The final vote in parliament on whether to kick these criminal Liberal bumbs out of office came down to 152 nay and 152 yay. The Liberal speaker of the house voted in the first tie breaker in parliament in years predictably for the government.

I'm disgusted. I'm disgusted with how my Canadian government threw around 4.6 billion dollars of my money to buy the socialist NDP support. I'm disgusted with the way Paul Martin used his powers of appointment to try to wiggle himself out of this crisis. I'm disgusted with the way they denied it even after tape recordings caught them in the act. I'm disgusted with the way the government ignored a clear vote of confidence not a week before. I'm disgusted with the way the government cleverly held the vote the day after some opposition MP's surgeries. But I'm most disgusted with the morally bereft turncoat Belinda Stronach that sold her soul for her own ambitions.

This parliament is a sham. It has no right to be there. It ended a week ago as far as I'm concerned.

Thank you Chuck Cadman. Some say you may have given the deciding vote. Now we have more socialism, more government, more corruption, more taxes, more dithering, and more lies all thanks to you.

Liberals should be afraid. You can delay, and bribe your way out of your problems for only so long. Eventually these things will come back to haunt you. Unlike Paul Martin, Stephen Harper is not afraid of an election.

You should be.


  1. Anonymous8:18 AM

    Take heart, for Stephen Harper has Christ on his side. And if that isn't enough, then, hey - "patience: waiting will fulfill." - Heinlein, "Stranger in a Strange Land."

    I look forward to the day when we return this country to the Christians who founded it.


  2. Anonymous9:29 AM

    some interesting facts - anyone who was sick from the opposition side was paired with a liberal - if the conservative or bloc member wasn't there, neither was the liberal.

    As for parliament being a sham, it's too bad that the guy who saved the corrupt liberals is a man who polled his constituents to find out what they wanted, which was for him to vote for the budget- I wonder how many party people on any side did that?

    Thank you Chuck Cadman, thank you for showing us the good side of the reform party, the side that even diehard Marxists like myself had to admire - that it's all about the people.


  3. John Galt9:33 AM

    I share your disgust. It's moments like these that I truly yearn for a Heinleinesque "fascist-in-libertarian-clothing" society.

    The whole Belinda thing has turned Parliament Hill into one of those incestuous orgies you find in Heinlein's time-travel books - "The Cat Who Walked Through Walls" particularly comes to mind.

    It's too bad Stephen Harper has to play these stupid games to gain the throne. It's too bad that military juntas only exist in the Third World.

  4. "The Liberal speaker of the house voted in the first tie breaker in parliament in years predictably for the government."

    Actually, it was the second time this month that the Speaker broke a tie and the second time this month that he followed tradition by voting in favour of sending the bill on for further debate. Bill C-215 was introduced by Conservative MP Daryl Kramp by the way.

    And Jason, it was nice of you to pick up the whole tab. I was afraid I was going to have to pay some of that 4.6 billion.

  5. Anonymous10:19 AM

    Thomas and John: you are both sick Communists. What a shame about your Christian names. Nonetheless, I will pray for you.


  6. Interesting what you're saying Thomas. The only article I read on such good manors coming from the NDP-Liberal alliance came from the NDP and not the Liberals. If you could provide me the names of the Liberals MP's that sat it out I think that would be helpful for information's sake. Sometimes partisan rethoric blinds people, and I'll try to avoid that.

    And as for Chuck Cadman he only made up his mind by his own words 30 minutes before the vote. And I don't believe his choice had anything do with what his consituents wanted. In his own words much of the social programs in the budget would benefit his constituents. Some Conservative. Were going to have agree to disagree there Thomas.

    And yes Peter I remember Miliken talking about C-215 during his little explanation. It wasn't the first in years but it certainly was rare.

    Oh and Peter, I guess my chunk of the 4.6 Billion is insignificant according to you. Infact, why complain about stolen or tax payer money spent on bribes at all then? Afterall I don't have a right to that money, it was just taken from me in the first place. Is it your money then Peter? Who's money is it? This is ridiculous. Peter, you want to soothe my disgust? Then give me my money back.

    How about this solution Peter: you pay the full 4.6 Billion for all the rest of us. That's should be the minimum you should do if you really believe what you're saying.

  7. Oh and to the misterious anonymous commenter with the great Heinlein quotes I'd love to believe that God is on our side. If that were true we would have nothing to worry about.

    And as to describing Heilein's Starship Troopers utopia of a "fascist in libertarian" clothes type of society I get the jitters. It wasn't facist, that's just what some reactionaries conclude by watching the horrible movie that was done of the book. The truth is Heinlein was making a political statement on the ideal society and the cult of social engineering that was appearing at the time.

    Funny considering the fact that he was a democrat though.

    You might disagree with that, but any Heilein fan like yourself is welcome to shoot me down anytime

  8. Jason, I don't want to pay it all; I don't want you to pay it all; I haven't said that your contribution is insignificant; I don't believe that my contribution is insignificant. I just wanted to point out that it isn't 4.6 billion dollars of your money -- it is 4.6 billion dollars of our money.

  9. Anonymous12:13 PM

    Peter Adams, Liberal MP for Peterborough, paired for Darrel Stinson.

    Rhetoric on every side nearly always blind us from thought. I likely don't agree with you on a single thing poltically, but it's the absence of thought in our political discourse that really gets to me. Your comments show you're willing to think, which is a good thing, and fairly rare in the blogosphere!

    Now go read some Marx and call me in the morning.


  10. Anonymous12:16 PM

    Jason --

    God is on our side, but that's a matter of faith! ;)

    Look to the South, and you'll see God is working in His glorious ways.

    Iraq has been liberated from the devil and delivered on a silver platter to those who hunger for democracy, freedom, and liberty.

    Those who have inherited the mantel of the pilgrim settlers in the New World are working on new and innovative ways to secure the future of America, such as privatized social security, and other free market solutions to longstanding problems.

    And so on... so we just need to patient. I think we'll be headed to the polls in the autumn. We'll hearing from Gomery about the sins of those to whom we've entrusted the security of our families and our hard-earned wages.

    Well, the wages of sin will be the death of a party.

    I personally believe that market forces are natural forces, and that these forces are divine. Price is a supply-and-demand signal, and a bull market is a divine approval signal.

    I look forward to a day when we can enjoy life unmenaced by communism, and prove once and for all that the salvation of the planet, and our souls, rests with an unfettered market.