Friday, April 25, 2008

Because One Cheap Shot Deserves Another!

Jonathan Kay asks: Why are Dalton McGuinty and co. showing up at parades honouring Sikh assassins?

LOOK!!LOOK!! A Conservative politician standing next to a brown guy with a beard, that knows another brown guy with a beard, that knows a brown guy that knows a brown extremist guy with a beard that committed crimes once thousands of miles away. He's so totally busted!
And here's another question: why is Jonathon Kay allowing bloggers who think the Holocaust was a barrel of yuks onto the pages of what purports to be a national newspaper?
Or: what is Jonathon Kay doing saluting neo-Nazis as free speech heroes? Riddle me that, eh?

8 comments:

Ti-Guy said...

Or: what is Jonathon Kay doing saluting neo-Nazis as free speech heroes?

Because Canadians have been lulled into a fantasy of multi-culti niceness and the myth of "human rights protection" that blind us to the reality that racism and bigotry and public persectuion are effective challenges to clashes of civilisations, all of them taking place, apparently, within Canada itself.

I don't know; it's not that these Christian bloggers Kay has paraded in the NatPo are not entitled to their opinions; it's just they're so damn stupid and/or dishonest. It doesn't take much research to discover that.

Warren said...

You are a genius. I love this one.

Wells is worrying me. Is too much Ken Whyte exposure is giving him a neck sunburn?

James Bowie said...

Good find. Remind me to link to you from now on.

Ti-Guy said...

Kay is multi-dimensionally stupid, if you take his non racialist (?) work into consideration. He seems to swallow, open-throated, the blanket statement that Canada's "low" incarceration rate (it's actually slightly higher than most Western European nations) is an exception to a rule that an American has formulated: that higher incarceration rates lead to safer societies, according to something he read in The New York Times.

"Imprisonment works," is what he appears to be agreeing with. I say we test out that theory by locking up the remainder of that cabal of neoconservative liars.

"Barbara Kay: Woman behind bars!"

Bwahahahaha...

biff said...

James,

I'll assume you've dispensed with your assertion that you are a non partisan observer, neither liberal, nor conservative?

While most appreciate partisan spin from, well....partisans, only a truly dishonest huckster would pass oneself off as a neutral observer (with all of the corresponding benefits of trustworthyness that true neutrality brings) while really believing in, and advancing the cause of, one side or another.

That would be you James, wouldn't it??

How sad. And pathetic.

biff said...

James,

I'll assume you've dispensed with your assertion that you are a non partisan observer, neither liberal, nor conservative?

While most appreciate partisan spin from, well....partisans, only a truly dishonest huckster would pass oneself off as a neutral observer (with all of the corresponding benefits of trustworthyness that true neutrality brings) while really believing in, and advancing the cause of, one side or another.

That would be you James, wouldn't it??

How sad. And pathetic.

Saskboy said...

Brilliant argument Biff. Because James has lampooned Kay and Harper in the same post, he must be... a Liberal, right? Yeah, because no other partisans besides the dreaded Liberals could find humour in this post.

John West said...

A little anti Harper gossip and Kinsella thinks you are a genius.

The bar is very low in your intellectual world boys and girls.