Robert McClelland

Robert McClelland

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341 weeks ago @ Macleans.ca - Hello, New Jersey! · 1 reply · +4 points

Yes, the pundits really do believe this nonsense.

342 weeks ago @ Macleans.ca - 'I actually don’t kn... · 2 replies · +5 points

While I'm sure that its true that he was the victim of some muck-raking

You miss the point by a mile. He was the victim of behind his back muck-racking. Campaigns should be run out in the open, not conducted in shadowy dark alleys.

342 weeks ago @ Macleans.ca - 'Defiance and fun' · 2 replies · +13 points

Squeal, conbot, squeal.

342 weeks ago @ Macleans.ca - The Commons: Questions... · 1 reply · +17 points

Layton supporters care about this the exact same amount that Rob Ford supporters cared about his DUI conviction.

342 weeks ago @ Macleans.ca - The Bull Meter: Jack L... · 2 replies · 0 points

Layton’s statement means he doesn’t believe a cap-and-trade program would lead to an increase in gas prices for consumers

No it doesn't. It means he thinks there's no justification for producers passing on the cost to consumers. Or in other words, exactly what he said.

5 bulls and remedial lessons in reading comprehension for you.

342 weeks ago @ Macleans.ca - 'This is a scary elect... · 0 replies · +4 points

Good grief. Stupid people ducking under cover is a national comedy, smart people ducking under cover is a national tragedy.

343 weeks ago @ Macleans.ca - The NDP surge, and wha... · 0 replies · +1 points

Kittay sez, NDP surge iz in your minds stealing your cents.

343 weeks ago @ Macleans.ca - A price must be paidâ€... · 5 replies · -102 points

Aha! I knew all along you were a liberal shill.

Haha, beat you all to it.

343 weeks ago @ Macleans.ca - And now, an oddly fami... · 3 replies · +28 points

I'd say conbots like Dennis are starting to get cranky but honestly, could anyone tell the difference from their usual demeanor.

343 weeks ago @ Macleans.ca - The NDP, Quebec and th... · 8 replies · +17 points

Working to re-involve Francophone Quebecers in the governance of Canada

Oh good grief. Francophone Quebecers are involved in the governance of Canada via their Bloc, Conservative, Liberal and New Democrat representatives in Parliament.