"We can't allow things that are inaccurate to stand." — The Word of Our Dan, February 19, 2008.

Monday, November 29, 2010

Easy, tiger

Himself is eager to see how and why His Dear Name ended up in the latest WikiLeaks core dump.

Rest easy, Himself. Rest easy. Consider the timeline:
Williams is named in four cables sent by the U.S. consulate in Halifax. Those are dated Oct. 23, 2003, March 31, April 30, and May 6, 2004.

His name also comes up in two cables sent by the U.S. embassy in Ottawa on Dec. 29, 2004, and Feb. 3, 2005.
October 23, 2003, is days after the 2003 provincial general election.

March 31, 2004, is right after the first WilliamsBudget.

April 30 and May 6 coincide with the public sector crisis that rocked WilliamsGovernment — and Our Dear Popularity Rating — in its first six months in office, and the back-to-work legislation that had the public sector unions sporting “One-Term Danny” buttons. One-Term Danny quickly became Short-Term Memory.

December 29, 2004, was during the Big Snit and the Great Flag Flap.

February 3, 2005, was shortly after the We Got It announcment.

The Wikileak documents that mention Us are U.S. diplomatic staff’s routine précis of current political events up here in the Canada.



At 10:20 AM, November 30, 2010 , Blogger Peter Jackson said...

Whew! I thought he may have exported a few of those traitors to Syria.


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