June 6, 2011 @ 12:31
I spent the weekend at the tin palace this weekend and really wasn't plugged in to the world around me, so the story about the "rogue page" in Ottawa escaped me until today.
And there's another dimension to it today.
Now it turns out that the world's public enemy number one against personal hygiene thinks what that spoiled little ignoramus did in the House of Commons on Friday was cool.
That disgusting dust ball who lurks under the greasy ball cap, Michael Moore thinks that Brigette DePape deserves credit for holding up that stupid sign that said "Stop Harper".
The whole exercise showed nothing but a lack of knowledge, first by the kid, and now by the king of gut cheese.
"Stop Harper?" I mean really, how is that going to happen when the man has a majority?
Did Ms DePage not witness the election a few weeks ago. Did she not notice that the Prime Minister got enough to seat to become unstoppable? She obviously doesn't know how our government works, which is enough on its own for her to lose her job.
What a snotty little brat. She takes the job knowing full well that Parliamentary pages are supposed to be non-partisan, yet she turns around a pulls an embarrassing stunt that doesn't even make sense.
Why wouldn't she lose her job? Forget that she's stupid, she did enough to lose her job before exposing her ignorance of our system.
And don't get me goin' on Moore. Admittedly, I enjoyed some of his early work, but the later stuff has been your typical left leaning bullshit. Sensationalized crap.
For him to support DePage explains some of his recent work - he obviously doesn't do his homework. If he did, he'd realize that her goofy little stunt was pointless because the guy we're supposed to stop just got a majority that lasts four years.
The whole thing nauseates me. I don't need to have a chat with DePage to know what she's all about. One of those mouthy little creeps who spends a lot of time preaching about things she doesn't know about, spouting advice when she doesn't have enough life experience to fill a thimble.
And Moore - long before he opens his mouth again, he should have a shower.