Supreme court liar Gloves off
On 2013-10-12 2:13 PM, "Ted Musson" <electionfraud2011> wrote:
> To most it would seem just a little innocuous lie but to the twisted phony who wears the PM underwear it was an important sign that his latest choice for the supreme court had that quality he so valued; the desire to lie whether necessary or not. When he installed Marc Nadon it was important for him to see if that quality existed. So he got the thing he wanted, a phony with a little kid’s ability to play hockey at a fairly decent level who lied and said he had been drafted by the Detroit Red Wings when no such reality existed.
> Now there are a lot of mental twists in SJH that one can easily see the final result of. But in this case it’s hard to tell. Would it be a better thing in SJH’s festering thought process to love lying or would it be a better thing if it was a case of delusion. In the case of Jason Kenney for instance one gets the feeling that it’s some of each. Perhaps that’s just because one can’t imagine that much lying or that much delusion.
> The scum who got legitimately considerably less than 25% of the vote are very quickly destroying Canada. We simply must find a way to get them out of politics and in to prisons. They deserve horizontal stripes and penitentiary not pin-stripes and parliament