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

Friday, November 05, 2010

Repent, Pardy Ghent

Poor Pam Pardy Ghent.

She makes a pointed, if off-colour, electronic commentary on the state of politics in Dannystan, by irreverently speculating about the state of — well, you know. It. The other It.

And within a short time span of having done so, a Deputy Henchperson from the Ministry of Love, Shawn Skinner, Minister, is on the horn, beginning her re-education.

So what Ghent sent in haste, she would repent at leisure. During several media appearances throughout the week, including print interviews and appearances on radio and television news and current affairs programs, she continued to profess her support for His Premierosity.

But Himself was having none of it. In his bizarre, rambling, and mostly coherent speech-like piece of performance art in St. John's on Thursday, before an audience of people who certainly got their $500 worth of inadvertant entertainment, Himself blabbered out:

The people that have been giving trouble lately: Westcott. Pam Pardy Ghent. Bob Wakeham. What do they have in common with David Cochrane, for example? You know what they have in common with him? They all worked for CBC locally. They all at some point were commentators for CBC.
Not even the profession of undying love for Him is enough to save you from excommunication.

And this is how he treats his self-described supporters.

6 Comments:

At 8:37 AM, November 06, 2010 , Blogger Ursula said...

"The Night Of The Potato Peeler"

 
At 8:41 PM, November 06, 2010 , Blogger Mark said...

Causing trouble lately? Westcott's email is nearly two years old.

 
At 10:57 AM, November 07, 2010 , Blogger Ursula said...

It appears that it only is "causing trouble" when the premier is on the receiving end .

He lamented that his grandchildren were being hurt by all of this and were asking "WHY" poppy ?

Doesn't the premier realize that his actions and those of his cabinet have caused his grandchildren to be caught in the crossfire .

Doesn't the premier understand or care that his tirade against Sam Synard would have the same effect on Sam's family .

But then again Sam doesn't count , so maybe his family doesn't either .

 
At 12:00 PM, November 07, 2010 , Blogger Ursula said...

We have some folks out there who still "admire" the premier even after he has "admonished" them .

That reminds me of a Monty Python skit where this boss gangster likes to "Nail the head of another gangster to the floor ", the lower ranking fellow tells a reporter that ,"he did it for my own good ,I have nothing but good to say about him .

 
At 2:13 PM, November 07, 2010 , Blogger WJM said...

Doesn't the premier realize that his actions and those of his cabinet have caused his grandchildren to be caught in the crossfire.

Nothing Could Be Further From the Truth.

No one, other than Danny Williams, has said boo about Danny Williams' grandchildren or other family members. Heck, they've barely said boo about Danny Williams himself.

 
At 8:28 AM, November 08, 2010 , Blogger Ursula said...

Nothing was said about anyone "saying" anything about the premier's grandchildren .

The "ACTIONS" of the person responsible for the release of the e-mail (unless there is proof positive that the premier released the now infamous e-mail),The Minister of Innovation Trade and Rural Developement firing Ghent ,cabinet ministers on open-line defending their leader .

There was no mention of the premier's family but,the "ACTIONS" of the aforementioned could contribute greatly to any "proposed hurt" mentioned by the premier .

Just as any "action"made by the premier towards Sam Synard , could result in the same "proposed hurt", being felt by the Synard family ...

 

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