Thursday, February 07, 2013

#Brazman doneth

Wow. Didn't see that coming.

Senator Patrick Brazeau has been removed from the Conservative Party's caucus, while sources tell CBC News that he is in a police jail in Gatineau, Que., following an alleged domestic dispute.
If he's in jail for a domestic dispute, I hope she or he isn't hurt. 

I don't know, maybe being such an apt personfication of all that is HarperCon made them a little too uncomfortable.

Or maybe his number was up as soon as he committed the Conservative arch-sin of losing to a Trudeau.  


5 comments:

Dana said...

Give it a few months and he'll be asked to form a Senate committee to look into domestic violence. Since he has experience and all ...

Assuming good intentions or constructive ethics or moral courage or any of the other virtues to these Conservative jackoffs is only evidence of just how pervasive the Stockholm Syndrome has become in our consciousness.

meadowlark said...

If Brazeau was Gordon Campbell or Toews, he would never have been fired.

What did Harper do with Boessenkool? He worked for Harper and lobbied for Enbridge. He did some serious misconduct while drunk. Did Harper give him a cushy overseas job as he did Campbell?

Campbell was so drunk, he drove on the wrong side of the road. However, Gordon Campbell is an excellent thief and, worked very hard for Harper, to do his dirty deeds for him.

Depends on, just who you are, whether you get the boot or not. In Canada corrupt thieving politicians, are usually rewarded by Harper.

kootcoot said...

Brazeau got canned because he isn`t in the favored (White Male as Citizen Grade Number One above).

Felons inhabit the PMO as long as they are White Males. But not members of other groups when they err, such as

Women - Helen Guergis, Oda

FN - Brazeau

Indo-Canadian - Helen`s hubby who had the temerity to lose a Con riding in Alberta

Dana said...

Brazeau hasn't been 'canned'.

He's still a Senator and will be until such time as he's found guilty of an indictable offence and sentenced to something greater than 2 years.

He's just no longer a member of the Con caucus.

Once the smoke clears and the dust settles he will be re-instated into the caucus.

The Cons aren't averse to criminals or thugs in their caucus - only to ones with current stains on a police blotter.

kootcoot said...

Dana, I meant he was canned from caucus, like Helen Guergis was, though she remained an MP until she had to run as an independent. If he has to be sentenced to two years plus a day, then I guess he will get to continue as a the Senator in charge of Attacking First Nations for decades and collect his hideous and undeserved $7,000,000 after all.

With Harper's control over the RCMP (Ralph Goodale disappeared allegations) and seemingly more and more the justice system itself (robocall actions, Etobicoke "recount"), it is difficult to imagine him getting two years, if not discharged completely.