Monday, December 04, 2006

I'm putting too much thought into this

George Smitherman was a fantastic pit-bull for McGuinty in 2003. Scott Brison's skill at berating the Conservatives in the House while answering their questions was just epic. Pre-Lord of the Rings Svend Robinson... need I say more? Now it seems as if John Baird is the Conservative point-man on all things anti-Dion, and the leading anti-Dion separatist voice thus far has been Andre Boisclair.

Is there some reason why gay men make such good political attack dogs? I think it's because we possess the aggressiveness of men and the vindictiveness of women.

2 Comments:

At 12/04/2006 2:20 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is there some reason why gay men make such good political attack dogs? I think it's because we possess the aggressiveness of men and the vindictiveness of women.

Haha, intriguing analysis. Could be.

I didn't know John Baird was gay. At risk of over-stereotyping, he sure rages a lot more and a lot louder than most gay men I've known. He seems like someone who is hopped up on steroids and has a massive supply of testosterone constantly pulsing through his veins.

 
At 12/04/2006 7:10 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Hopped on steroids...massive supply of testosterone" - what more evidence does one need that Baird is a circuit party fag? LOL

Ryan: your analysis is superb. Glad to know you didn't kill all your brain cells partying in Montréal on the weekend.

 

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