Canada's Top 10 Douchiest MPs: #6

Next on the douche list:

Dean Del Mastro
6
35%
Peter McKay
1
6%
Stephen Harper
2
12%
Peter Van Loan
1
6%
Chris Alexander
3
18%
Lisa Raitt
1
6%
Michelle Rempel
0
No votes
Eve Adams
1
6%
John Baird
0
No votes
Robert Goguen
2
12%
Justin Trudeau
0
No votes
Mario Beaulieu
0
No votes
Pat Martin
0
No votes
 
Total votes: 17
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Post #2 by NyQuil » Tue Sep 30, 2014 5:16 pm

Baird is more of an a-hole.
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Post #3 by AD » Tue Sep 30, 2014 6:08 pm

Chris Alexander. DDM is a puppet. Alexander is true e-vell in a chucky costume.
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Post #4 by mayoradamwest » Tue Sep 30, 2014 6:26 pm

Harper says he's an economist, and at some point needs to take credit for his company.
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Post #5 by habfan4 » Tue Sep 30, 2014 6:27 pm

Yes but Dean was a used RV salesman. And he's from Peterborough, fucking Peterborough.

If you support my guy this round I'll vote your way next round.
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Post #6 by AD » Tue Sep 30, 2014 6:36 pm

habfan4 wrote:Yes but Dean was a used RV salesman. And he's from Peterborough, fucking Peterborough.

If you support my guy this round I'll vote your way next round.


We can come to an arrangement.
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Post #7 by edgar_dong » Tue Sep 30, 2014 7:46 pm

I saw the spitting image of Raitt on a 14 year-old girl earlier, and it was some difficult restraining myself from snuffing that bitch out, let me tell ya.
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Post #8 by Walrus » Tue Sep 30, 2014 8:48 pm

Conservatives overturn RCMP decision to abandon muskrat fur hats

A move by the Mounties to doff their fur hats in favour of more animal-friendly tuques isn’t getting any muskrat love from the federal Conservatives.

Environment Minister Leona Aglukkaq told the House of Commons on Tuesday that the public safety minister had directed the Mounties to reverse the decision.

The RCMP wrote to an animal-rights group in early August to say it had tested a tuque that works well in normal winter conditions, and that it would supply the new hat to cadets as early as this fall.

The Mounties said their time-honoured muskrat hat would continue to be issued to officers working in extreme cold, stressing that the force and its garment suppliers comply with an international agreement on humane trapping standards.

However, in its letter to the Association for the Protection of Fur-Bearing Animals, the RCMP said the overall result would be a “significant reduction” in the number of fur hats worn by members.

“We have listened to the views of external interested parties and of our employees,” wrote RCMP Corps Sgt. Major Darren Campbell.

“RCMP officers stationed in areas that are not considered extreme will be issued the winter tuque only. Those that will require the fur hat will have to request approval and authority from their line officers in order to obtain the fur hat.”

The association says muskrats are caught in body-gripping traps, which can leave them exposed to the elements and predators, and prone to dehydration, starvation and self-inflicted injuries before they die.

A single fur hat like that traditionally worn by the RCMP requires at least three muskrat pelts, the association adds.

The historic fur hats worn by the RCMP “will not be discontinued, despite the efforts of the radical animal-rights activists,” said Aglukkaq, a staunch supporter of the fur industry who hails from Nunavut.

“The RCMP decision, which is causing much glee among anti-fur activists, is being fully overturned. Our government will always stand up for Canada’s hunters and trappers.”

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For Conservatives, they sure do like government interference when it favours their traditions and preferred industries.

I think I'll add Leona Aglukkaq next. She's a two-in-one package if we want to fill any racial and gender diversity quotas on the list.
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Post #9 by Dog » Tue Sep 30, 2014 8:56 pm

Maw gawd, they are going crazy.

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