Not Deceive Canadians
Doctor documents to not mislead ParliamentFeb 15th, 2011 | By Coco Cabrera | Category: Featured
Conservative spokesman Dunning Kruger is defending International Cooperation Minister Bev Oda’s decision to deliberately alter a report presented to a Parliamentary Committee in order to completely change its meaning.
“Bev had them add one little word,” said Kruger. “What could be clearer than ‘not?’ It’s the Canadian people that should be resigning and apologizing to Bev Oda. Bad haircut aside, he’s one hell of a great guy.”
The insertion of the negative is standard practice for the Harper Government, which is engaged in a long term crusade to reverse the country’s course. “Remember, we put the “Un” in reported crime,” said Kruger .
In other “strategic inversions” Conservatives, by appointing their media stooge Mike Duffy to the Senate, lowered the standards of an upper chamber. Similarly the ostensibly fiscal conservatives are profligate spenders. Plans are a being hatched to have those with more pay less tax.
“There is a lot to undo,” said Kruger, “I think Ministers should get a “not” stamp. Save a bunch of time turning Canada around. Trust us … NOT!”