Saturday, April 3, 2010

Painting old lines onto today's friends

  • Liberals cling to talking points the way the Premier clings to Hawaiian lampposts, not for illumination but to keep him standing up.
  • Premier Campbell wallows in corruption like a rhinoceros in an African pool.
  • Gordon Campbell occasionally stumbled over the truth, but hastily picked himself up and hurried on as if nothing had happened.
  • British Columbians will be puzzled to decide whether Gordon Campbell abandoned good principles, or whether he ever had any.
  • Like a cushion Gordon Campbell always bore the impress of the last rich man who had sat on him.
  • Gordon Campbell speaks at the Cabinet table as if he were at a public meeting.
  • Kevin Krueger has devoted years to preparing his impromptu comments in the Legislature.
  • Oh, if I could piss the way Kevin Krueger speaks!
  • Colin Hansen says he works out because it clears his mind. Sometimes just a little too much.
  •  Colin Hansen has produced a third budget in the past year so slipshod, so loose-joined, so puerile, not alone in factual construction, but in its ideas, its sentiments, its grasp. He has outdone himself.
  • Kevin Falcon couldn't see a belt without hitting below it.
  • Dianne Watts, utterly unspoilt by failure. 
  • Patrick Kinsella is a lamentably successful cross between a fox and a hog.
  • Bill Vander Zalm is a self-made man and worships his creator.
  • PAB inculcates the morals of thieves and the manners of dancing masters.
  • Carole James is a sheep in sheep's clothing.
  • NDP politicians are all the same. They'll promise to build a bridge even where there is no river.
  • Moe Sihota has not a single redeeming defect.
  • Gordon Wilson twice crossed the floor of the Legislature, each time leaving behind a trail of slime.
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