The PM himself made an optical boo-boo, packing his staff and buddies and security team into a government jet and zooming to Edmonton for the sixth game of the Stanley Cup final. The spin on this has been hilarious and … Continue reading
It worries me that the Harper is trying to get around the constitution. It should worry everyone. From the Ottawa Citizen: PM’s cherished bill unconstitutional, House counsel says Lawyer issues challenge of accountability legislation; MPs demand release of staff advice … Continue reading
Well, if I’d’ve just waited a couple of days I wouldn’t have had to blog so much last week! Because, here’s a nice summary of The Harper’s boo-boos: Harper’s disdain for Parliament grows more visible by the day PM’s petulant … Continue reading
Thanks to Sinister Thoughts for the lead on this story. Seems the international community and others are disappointed with Canada’s decision to pull out of Kyoto. The European Union has urged Canada to respect goals for slowing global warming. The … Continue reading
It seems the poor PM is having a bad week. In at least his fifth blunder this week, the Harper jumped on board a false story in the National Post, ready to rally with Bush against Iran. Antonio Zerbisias at … Continue reading
This week has been a week of boo-boos for the Harper. Wanting the appointment of Encana’s former CEO, Gwyn Morgan to go off without a hitch and then whining about it like a child was Boo-boo Number 1. Boo-boo Number … Continue reading
Well, PMS is certainly desperate for that Majority, isn’t he? Remember all the boo-boos we at P’n’P pointed out along the way? Well, he went ahead and made them despite public outcry, declaring them to be right for Canadians, blah-blah-blah. … Continue reading
Read Paul Wells’ column at Macleans.ca I’m not yet halfway through it but I had to blog it. Everyone should read it. It’s the biggest boo-boo the Harper has made to date.