Tuesday, May 03, 2005

Jokes On You: Liberals Question Tory Integrity
Now i got you sitin' back with a smirk
Listenin' with your arms crossed
Questioning [Inky Mark]'s credibility?
Oh boy, the Libs are really stooping now. This is probably the funniest thing I've seen today, and I live in Japan so it's non-stop hilarity over here:
"I don't know what fantasies exist in Mr. Mark's mind. I know that he's been desperately unhappy in the Conservative caucus and he has been sending messages that he'd like out."

Making the afternoon even more surreal was that while Alcock called into question Mark's credibility, Mark himself was standing a few feet away from Alcock listening intently.
Now this is pretty low of Alcock. Everyone and their dog have been speculating that the Liberals would try to pull something really low like this...Why? Because they're Liberals, and they lack any integrity....But it gets better:
Within seconds of Alcock leaving the scrum, Mark stepped in front of the cameras and stuck to a story he had told the CBC earlier in the day.

Although he would not reveal the name of the minister who called him, he said he had proof that a call was made to him.

"The fact remains that I do have a telephone record that Mr. Alcock may not understand."
Boom. Take that as a shot to your dome. First the stinking Liberal calls him a liar, and then Mark delivers the knockout.

But the Liberals weren't done playing the dullest tools from the House O' Commons shed:
The Opposition party is made up of racists, Volpe said Tuesday, calling members recognizable "notwithstanding that they don't have their cowl and their cape."

"The Klan looks like it's still very much alive," the minister added.

What a frickin' idiot. Forget the strategy or whatever of demonizing the west....This is just a low IQ outburst, and it speaks to the unbelievable ignorance of the minister. Volpe is now dunce cap material.

Go join Parrish in the corner, thanks.

UPDATE: Coyne has the Criminal Code ramifications for attempting to bribe Mark into a Senate/Ambassador position:
124. Every one who

(a) purports to sell or agrees to sell an appointment to or a resignation from an office, or a consent to any such appointment or resignation, or receives or agrees to receive a reward or profit from the purported sale thereof, or

(b) purports to purchase or gives a reward or profit for the purported purchase of any such appointment, resignation or consent, or agrees or promises to do so,

is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding five years.

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