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Thursday, March 29, 2007

Holland Document Scandal grows legs

Looks like this is one story that's not going to go away quietly... now if the MSM would start paying attention to what's turning into a major scandal.

The Speaker of the House has been formally asked to look into this matter by Conservative MP Scott Reid, on a Point of Privilage. Speaker Peter Milikin has indicated that he will await a response to these accusations from Mark Holland and Marlene Jennings first before he wades into the matter. He could have rejected the Point of Privilage outright... the fact that he hasn't likely means that Mr. Holland and Ms. Jennings could be in a whole heap of trouble if they don't appologize pronto.

Steve Janke's update
Right On Course's update
Stephen Taylor's original post

In other news, looks like the Liberals don't much like having their leader's statements recorded by our staffers... so they had security lead two of them away. Well, what else are you going to do when your "leader" is "not a leader"?

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2 Comments:

  • At Fri Mar 30, 09:12:00 AM EDT, Blogger Dirk said…

    "In other news, looks like the Liberals don't much like having their leader's statements recorded by our staffers... so they had security lead two of them away. Well, what else are you going to do when your "leader" is "not a leader"?"

    All in the name of making Canada a better place... right.

    This is exactly the kind of stuff that disgusts me about politics. This is not something I'd be celebrating.

     
  • At Fri Mar 30, 12:53:00 PM EDT, Blogger Brian in Calgary said…

    This reminds me of one of the tag lines used by the Liberals in the 1980 election against the Joe Clark PCs: "A leader must be a leader!" It seems to me that it is worthy of being recycled for use against Dion.

     

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