Monday, February 11, 2008

It's Not About You, Sir


It was disgusting - entirely predicatable - that with all the beautiful fotos available from yesterday's Chinese New Year's Parade, the Sun would show Stephane Dion. (Between the two of us, we took over 100 pictures and we estimated that over 1,000,000 shots would be taken with such an enormous and enthusiastic crowd.)


In fact we actually said this would happen.


Is the Sun waiting breathlessly to anoint this faker, this Costume Boy, the next Prime Minister?


Clearly, Mr. Dion was extremely uncomfortable in his Chinese disguise. He probably has never met a Chinese, doesn't know a word of Chinese and can't eat with chopsticks.


How many times has this cold fool ever been in vancouver in his lifetime.


You could see the message clearly in his icy stare. "I am here becuase it is politically expedient. My handlers told me I must be here, but I don't like it."


To the Sun: This was not about Politicians. It was about the Chinese celebrating Spring Festival.


To the Parade organizers: Ban all politicians from participating. Tell those self-serving blood suckers to stay home with their families on a Sunday.

1 comment:

David in N Bby said...

"Is the Sun waiting breathlessly to anoint this faker, this Costume Boy, the next Prime Minister?"
Hmmm... well, let's see, Sun published by Canwest, Canwest owned by Aspers, Aspers synonymous with Parti Liberal du Canerduh.
Yeah, I'd say so.

"To the Parade organizers: Ban all politicians from participating. Tell those self-serving blood suckers to stay home with their families on a Sunday."
I could not agree more, Sir David, I was thinking that very thing while watching the parade. We see more than enough of these clowns without them turning up to spoil my appetite on Gung Hay Fat Choi. Who needs 'em there?