“Sorry is always the hardest word for this Prime Minister, who is now en route to Peru for no apparent good reason, beyond the fact it gets him the hell out of Dodge,” says John Ivison in the National Post.
He was, of course, referring to Steve Harper’s latest senatorial phuk-ups.
No, he didn’t apologise.
Instead he “expressed his unhappiness with the unspecified conduct of’ some parliamentarians” and his own office, and then patted himself on the back for taking “unprecedented measures” to improve accountability.
But the fact he’s now on his way to Peru kind of says it all 😉
Nevermind, though; Canada apparently now has a system of governance that’s the envy of the world, “something Canadians are rightly proud of”.
In a Post Media story, he’s quoted as saying, “… anyone who wants to use their public office for their own benefit should either leave office or exit the Conservative caucus,” going on:
“Let me be very blunt about it. Anyone who wishes to use and have public office for their own benefit should change their plans or better yet, leave this room.”
That’s our right Hon. Prime Minister for you.
Stern, but fair.
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