Sunday, April 15, 2007

Bourque, the Shameless Whore & Idiot Ray Heard form "Special" Alliance

Today, once again, Bourque proves his empty amorality runs deeper than most of his sort.

It's impossible to tell if Bourque is genuine in his anti-Dion obsession/addiction, with neverending goofy headlines and now today's big headline 'LIBERAL FEUD BREAKS OPEN'. As we know, Bourque sells headlines to the highest bidder and we see today he's not afraid to publish fiction. The question remains - who is financing Bourque's anti-Dion crusade? The Tories? Tory lobbyists? The NDP?

The headline today would be justified if a feud had broken out between Scott Reid and, say, a truly prominent and respected Liberal. Instead, this so-called feud is with political never-was Ray Heard.

I don't know Ray Heard. His experience in politics comes from acting as Director of Communications for John Turner, a thoroughly decent man who failed the test of leadership. Now Heard is the authority on strong leadership?

Let's dissect Ray Heard's recent public comments used by Bourque to insinuate a fictional Liberal feud:

"[Dion's] deal with Elizabeth May, a social reactionary, is the very last straw."

Elizabeth May can be written off simply as a social reactionary? I'm sorry, but you won't find a dumber comment than that.

"Though he was the architect of the Clarity Act, Dion is cynically know-towing to the decentralists in Quebec; he does not, like his predecessors, speak up for Canada any more.."

What is know-towing?

"He refused to support extending the terrorism provisions Bob Rae said were needed to find the Air India terrorists."

The RCMP had the ability to use the extreme 9-11 powers of preventative arrest and secret tribunals in their Air India investigation for five years, but did nothing. Enough said.

And frankly, just because Bob Rae said something doesn't mean it's the best thing to do. Let's look at Rae's previous recommendations for public policy: the best way out of a recession is deficit spending in the billions. Rae also said the best way to combat inequities in our economy is to bring in affirmative action quotas. Rae also once said choosing between the Liberals and Conservatives is like choosing "between cholera and leprosy." My question to Rae is: how is the treatment for cholera going? Or is it leprosy?

Does Heard endorse everything that Bob Rae ever said?

"Both Michael Ignatieff and Bob Rae are eminently qualified to succeed him before the next election and I cannot fault their supporters for plotting to dump him before its too late."

Let's take that quote and re-write it as follows and see how Ray Heard reacts: "Jean Chretien is eminently qualified to succeed John Turner before the next election and I cannot fault his supporters for plotting to dump him before its too late."

Of course, this kind of quote was heard often from many Liberals between 1984 and 1988, after Turner had already led the Liberals to their worst defeat ever. Today, Heard is calling for Dion's head before he has even one election under his belt. Ray Heard is an idiot hypocrite who can't spell!

My only question for Whore Bourque - who's paying you to post this crap?

1 comment:

Kim Leaman said...

I am sorry I took so long to write. Lol! I was doing research on Ray Heard. It seems that he has teamed with the Hapless Michael Coren on Fox news North. He is still and idiot all these years later!