February 12, 2006

I Pledge Allegiance to the JACK!

Yes mesdames et messieurs, Harpocrisy has been committed by Jumpin Jack and the NDP! Pendant la dernière campagne électorale, Jack Layton avait demandé au voteurs frustrés avec le parti Libéral de voter pour Jack Layton et le NPD.

Maintenant le NPD a bani Buzz Hargrove du Parti, annullant sa carte de membre qu’il avait depuis 41 ans. Pourquoi? Buzz avait appuyé certains candidats Libéraux pour que les Conservateurs gagnaient moins de sièges, il a appuyé un vote stratégique. Maintenant, on met dehors tout ceux qui avaient “stationné” leur vote ailleurs? On appelle cela de l’harpocrisie.

Last election, Jack Layton asked Liberals to “park” their votes with the NDP, just this once. Now that Buzz asked Dippers to park their votes in the Liberal camp to keep out Harper, he is kicked out of the party. So much for freedom of association Jack.

Mayor David Miller supported some Liberal candidates in Toronto, are you gonna revoke his card too?

Harpocrisy indeed.

5 Commentaires:

Blogger bza a dit...

I'll say I have mixed feelings about this that probably a lot of dippers do. But Buzz did cross the line when he went on tour with Martin including those bearhugs and various gifts.

Lots of people in the party quietly support Liberals in certain contests. Like David Miller. But did he go on tour? exchange gifts? Profess his love for Paul Martin? Scream at the top of his lungs "Liberalz rawk!!!1 w00t". Naaah.

2/12/2006 9:56 PM  
Anonymous manitoba liberal a dit...

I guess the NDP is tring to copy tha strange Stalinist tactics of the Liberal Party of Quebec in terms of banning people from the party for life.

2/13/2006 5:59 PM  
Blogger Robert McClelland a dit...

Layton had nothing to do with this and if you bothered to read the news you'd see that he's actually against the idea.

2/14/2006 12:45 AM  
Blogger Antonio a dit...

so why not move to reinstate him?

And to add, nobody was banned for life from the Liberal Party, it's not in our by-laws. Their cards were cancelled. Banning someone for life is a constitutional violation.

2/14/2006 1:03 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous a dit...

Ok Antonio - read the paper... work is underway in reinstating him...

2/14/2006 2:10 AM  

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