Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed?

Surrey Liberal MP Sukh Dhaliwal has written to a U.S. District Court judge on official House of Commons stationery in support of convicted international drug trafficker Ranjit Singh Cheema.


In short, a parliamentarian has written his support for a gangster.

The fact that the parliamentarian is a Liberal should have no bearing on your understanding of this situation.

The fact that the parliamentarian and the gangster share ethnicity should have no bearing on your understanding of this situation.

The gangster also received letters of support from a religious organization that was embroiled in controversy earlier this year when a parade it was hosting featured photos of assassins and leaders of designated terrorist groups, who were depicted as martyrs.

My distaste for the Liberal part of Canada deepens by the hour.

As for ethnic politics, the less said the better.


Anonymous said...

An interesting sidebar

Anonymous said...

Why is Dion letting this guy run? Let the gangster rot where he is, we have enough trouble with many more unconvicted gangsters.

Maybe the RCMP will check the MP, for all the good that will do.

Just another reason not to vote Liberal.

Vote ............... um Obama! Damn wrong country!

Anonymous said...

Check this out and read the partnerships

Anonymous said...

Yes there is good reason to shed light on drug dealers, but trying to draw a line to one political party and the drug trade could overstep the boundaries.

All parties have their 'connections'. The bad guys make sure of that.