Thursday, April 22, 2010

The players.

Coming soon:

  • Lisa Raitt

  • John Baird

  • Stephen Harper

  • Jason Kenney

  • Vic Toews

  • Maxime Bernier

and an endless cast of right-wing whackjobs.

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: If you have a favourite Stephen Harper Party member of Parliament, by all means, write 'em up and e-mail it in. There's enough deranged whackjobbery to go around.

Andrew Saxton, North Vancouver, BC.

Meet Andrew Saxton, who, in a stunning display of misunderstanding how the criminal justice system works, seems to believe a plea bargain can be appealed:

That's just awesome, isn't it?

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Garry Breitkreuz, Yorkton-Melville, Saskatchewan.

Exploded from obscurity when he publicly promoted the violent beating of Liberal leader Michael Ignatieff. Oh, and describing the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police as a "cult." Apparently is denying that he wrote those things and has no idea how they were included in a press release with his name on it. I'm guessing evil Liberal gremlins or something.

Gary Goodyear, Cambridge, Ontario.

The current Minister of State (Science and Technology) who is so scientifically illiterate regarding biological evolution that he was PZ'ed for it.

UPPITY DATE: Dr. Dawg points out that Goodyear also has his problems with anger management and abuse of ministerial authority.

James Lunney, Nanaimo-Alberni, BC.

Like his Conservative colleague Gary Goodyear, Lunney also appears to be an embarrassing scientific illiterate, to the point of getting his own PZ-sized Birkenstock up his ass.

Tom Lukiwski, Regina-Lumsden-Lake Centre, Saskatchewan.

Not a big fan of Teh Homos:

Gail Shea, Egmont, PEI.

Proving once again that Stephen Harper's Conservatives believe that laws are for, you know, other people, Shea gets tangled up in a conflict-of-interest controversy.