The “Attack of the Ottawa Nobodies” officially opened in Nova Scotia with control freak Stephen Harper and celebrated fag hag wife Laureen crawling out of Harper’s excessive armoured limo and, like two happy marionettes on a string, prancing lovey-dovey into Rideau Hall.
Both men were powerful, popular, of some appeal. Not so much a product of the Swinging Sixties, as fascinated by the decade of free love, or whatever you may choose to call it.
They were, in their heyday, a pair of youthful, cigar-chomping men surrounded by youthful cigar-chomping lieutenants. And the ever-present dutiful wife.
Mrs. Cornwallis has been at me once more. She wants a “signature” vacation on Cape Breton Island. We shall see.
July 14 is a test of sorts for Tory Leader Jamie Baillie, 49, with byelections in Cape Breton Centre, Dartmouth South and Sydney-Whitney Pier.
Leave it to victimhood specialists CBC atlantic director Denise Wilson and CBC Nova Scotia’s Journalist-In-Chief Nancy Waugh to just outdo themselves on the CBC Victimhood News Front.
They broke new ground when they allowed members of their own staff to lead the CBC Nova Scotia Victimhood Hit Parade.
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