Don't you just love 'em?
Determined to get the jump on the H1N1 pandemic, Health Canada has sent some goodies to a number of northern Indian Reserves, which appear to be much at risk.
Oh, look, a big box from Ottawa. Let's open it up, Mother and see what the good White Man has sent us, the Big Old Lovable Sweetheart.
Yes, there are sanitizers and hand wash, and masks and...and...what the heck!
A number of the native leaders returned these handsome gifts to the front door of the Winnipeg offices of Health Canada.
Thank goodness we have this level of brilliance working for us.
Thursday, September 17, 2009
Is a citizen's right to privacy holy? Written in blood? Sacrosanct?
Suppose you steal or murder and you are caught.
Don't you suddenly forfeit much of that supposed right?
Well not apparently if you are a snivel serpent.
Two tax-agency workers diverted refunds to their accounts
Almost half a million dollars gone, but so are the crooks and our best friend in the whole world, Rev Canada, will not tell us their names or if they were ever charged or convicted of anything.
This will be especially cheering the next time we pay something on our tax accounts and get to think about the criminals who are stealing our money.
Posted by David Berner at 8:47 AM
Yesterday it was Mobina Jaffer, Senator, Lawyer and Heavy Biller.
Today, it's former Conservative MP Rahim Jaffer.
Are they related? I have no idea.
Mr. Jaffer forever entered my bad books when, in 2001, he had his assistant impersonate him for an interview on a certain radio station that employed me at the time. His assistant lied, of course, and said that Jaffer wasn't aware of the subterfuge.
You could just hear the scofflaw laughing at his bum boy and saying, "Hey, I've got lots to do. You do the interview. It's on the telephone. They won't know whose voice it is. Hahaha..."
It takes a certain warped mentality to play with the perceptions of radio broadcasters and their audiences so cavalierly.
Well, now Jaffer is really in the soup.
DUI and cocaine charges.
This is a guy who used to run anti-drug ads in the local press.
Posted by David Berner at 8:37 AM