Thursday, October 19, 2006

Unparliamentary Language

Does this count? Shouldn't MacKay have to apologize for saying something like that?

7 Comments:

At 10/19/2006 10:05 PM, Blogger Height Impaired said...

More and more cracks in the conservative party by the day, I'm waiting to see the one last split in the party ( or the nail in the coffin ,w/e symbolism works) and see the party implode upon itself. I think something like this just shows how bad moral for the Conservatives is going down because normally Peter Mckay is a steady headed person.

 
At 10/19/2006 10:41 PM, Blogger Olaf said...

C'mon Grit,

Of course he should apologise, IF they can prove that he said it and that he was referring to Belinda... good luck with that!

 
At 10/19/2006 11:36 PM, Blogger Jason Bo Green said...

I really, really don't like Peter MacKay - I never have. He is a weasel.

But, I strongly support dumpees slagging dumpers - you always get to reserve the right to call whoever broke your heart whatever comes to mind. Some people have a tough time moving on in love, and they have my sympathy, always. Love hurts a lot of people.

Most people who are upset about this would not, I believe, be upset if she'd said it about him. Me, I believe in equal opportunity when it comes to heartache. I wouldn't ever criticize Stronach for being bitter if he'd dumped her - so I'm not ever going to critize him for being bitter.

Besides, most Liberals would cheer her on if she said it about him - this is the stupid behaviour that partisanship brings out in all too many people.

 
At 10/19/2006 11:59 PM, Anonymous Iggy Pops Poo said...

I think you are barking up the wrong tree here and anyway the onus should be on the libs to prove other wise.
"What about your dog?"
What a brilliant line of questioning from the liberal benches.

 
At 10/20/2006 12:13 PM, Blogger Shan said...

I find the whole thing hilarious. I don't endorse petty name calling, but I don't like Stronach. MacKay thinks she's a despicable person and at least it was made clear.

 
At 10/21/2006 4:07 PM, Blogger Clear Grit said...

Word from some former flames of MacKay is that he doesn't like to be the one jilted in a relationship...

 
At 10/21/2006 5:31 PM, Blogger The Tiger said...

He shouldn't have to apologise -- extorted apologies are worse than none at all -- but he ought to apologise.

 

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