Friday, June 3, 2011

"Stop Harper"

The newest darling of the CBC is a 21 year old naive Senate page who stood up during the throne speech holding a sign that read "Stop Harper". As you can imagine she is quickly becoming a "hero" with those who do not like our Prime Minister. Having just watched an interview with her on CTV, I would caution the left to watch this interview before proceeding with idol worship. I don't want to say she's an idiot, but she is clearly lacking either intelligence or good judgement. She goes on to say that "Harper's agenda" is so dangerous that we must all rise up with creative civil disobedience in order to stop him. Yeah "Stop Harper", that's very creative. Doing so in the Senate isn't creativity, it is having the opportunity as an employee. In reality all she succeeded in doing was getting on the news and getting herself fired. Really the only thing you can do when you watch this kind of immature stunt is to just laugh.

I'd like to know how much that job pays and who hired her. I wouldn't hire her to work the cash register at MacDonalds, let alone put her in our "sacred" Senate. How does someone like that get this kind of job? Maybe we should be encouraging more of these clowns to show up at work with signs, getting themselves fired?

22 comments:

  1. ICEMAN says..

    " I don't want to say she's an idiot"

    Well I will, she is a phucking idiot.

    Seen her interviewed on CBC, saying she was now looking for job opportunities. I literary did a facepalm.

    Once again the lady is a phucking idiot. I could go on about her idiotic statements about the arab spring and what not. But wow, the lady is a moron. That is all I can say...

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  2. Yeah, her comments about Canada needing an "Arab Spring" were a bit much. Those people live in autocratic dictatorships and were protesting for the right to vote at all. Canada just had an election. I'm sorry you didn't like the result of that election sweetheart.

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  3. Specially raised in NDP Manitoba. Sponsored by Lefty Liberal Senator Sharon Carstairs. This what we live with in Manitoba.

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  4. You wanna know? Here you go:

    http://www.parl.gc.ca/Employment/Senate/PageProgram/senpages-e.htm

    Basically, you have to be bilingual and a university student in the NCR.

    Probably they thought a letter from the CCPA was an impartial one for a reference.

    Annual pay is 11 grand, which is a big help with the student expenses but in no way is a living wage.

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  5. I watched that CTV interview, and the impression I was left with is that of someone who's been drinking the Kool-Aid a bit too much. Either that, or she's trying to sway people to support a Party that will pay off her student loans for her. She spouted off four Liberal/NDP talking points almost verbatim(none of which are factually accurate, but sound good in the headlines), and then called for Canada to have it's own "Arab Spring" to rise up against the tyrant Harper. She should try that little stunt in downtown Tehran. She won't just get fired, she'll get fired upon.

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  6. Guaranteed she gets a well-paid job with Amnesty International or something like it with this stunt.

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  7. moderate and pragmatic? lmao
    looks more like a place where all the right wing kooks can come and agree with each other

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  8. Not only a moron, but likely part of a activist plan, it's working as the other morons at the CBC are falling for it.

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  9. You can call her an idiot - since she lost her job over it. She obviously was a planted hack who is fighting for all of those "lifer" Senators.

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  10. Another immature twit brainwashed by the leftist enviro-freaks. She spouts the usual whiners mantra that the Conservatives only have fourty percent of the public on their side. That, of course, ignores the socialistic, super-dictatorial Johnny Cretin (not a typo)who had even less support; but that doesn't count in the eyes of the lefties.

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  11. Assuming there's some vast RepubliTory conspiracy about to be unleashed, which I assume is the point of this little stunt... wouldn't it be better to wait until THEN to make this point?

    People who lost the election have a right to grump about it, but a Speech from the Throne isn't really anything sinister. Too bad she wasn't patient. :-)

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  12. An indoctrinated lefty, University of Ottawa drone. No doubt the MSM will champion this empty headed activist shit for brains nobody, everyone else..meh... not so much. An interesting stunt from an indoctrinated fool, with the intellectual capacity of a fart... a really loud obnoxious, wallowing in ignorance fart. This kind of stunt serves as a reminder that when a unicorn riding lefty activist farts out a complaint, someone alert the media, cause they wanna smell it too.

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  13. Where have I seen that sullen face before..... Oh Yeah its Wednesday Addams! I wonder where she buried her brother Pugsley this time.

    The problem with this little stunt is that the election is over. In a democracy now is the time we all gather around and work towards fulfilling the wishes of the majority. Then during the term of this government and during the election we can develop new policy and direction.

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  14. What about all the constant talk in the media of the need for civility in Parliament. And this kind of stunt shows respect and civility?

    Anyway she has burned her bridges for future employment except with leftist environmental non-profits. This stunt will always be available by any future employeur who googles her name.

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  15. Anyone who shows such "contempt" of Parliament is an idiot and should be fired and removed immediately. Unfortunately is doesn't always turn out that way. I love how short your conservative memories are.

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  16. rob from ottawa.June 3, 2011 at 9:27 PM

    Too bad this idiot doesn't understand what the word"democracy" means.Nor does she understand the real meaning of the words "freedom of speech," or the sacrifices of those who died so she could act like a total idiot that in some countries would have her in prison or shot for this foolish little stunt.She can count her blessing she was only fired.

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  17. I have no independent confirmation but one comment I read said that this stunt was her way of saying goodby as her term of page was over anyways. Would be interesting to know if this was little more than "You can't fire me, I quit" theatrics.

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  18. I think it's incredibly disrespectful to those people who are actually struggling under oppressive governments. Arab Spring? Excuse me miss, Canada may be imperfect, but it's one of the leading economies and freest countries of the world -- freedom that you get to enjoy. What a spoiled brat.

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  19. Wasn't a 12 yr old boy recently killed in Syria or someplace for demonstrating for freedom. This idiot posted her exploits at rabble.ca and Judy Rebic thinks she was brave. Her job was to end in Aug. I doubt she thought this up on her own, and she used her middle name so her parents wouldn't know what she did. Ha, it has gone viral.
    rabble is running a series. rabble.ca series - Reinventing democracy. Reclaiming the commons.
    Didn't read it, but makes me wonder if Judy and her galpal had anything to do with this. Remember that libby does support Hamas. And where did she get the "fact that 3/4 of candians didn't vote for the PM. - When did 60% = 3/4. And she once wrote about her experience at the protests in TO last summer. I don't think ctv/cbc should have given her one second of air time.

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  20. She should put her name on a ballot in Quebec next election for the NDP...

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  21. it is unfortunate that the arab spring she is talking about will result in more oppression when the countries have mullahs dictating how they will live under sharia law. she is the result of left wing teachers and profs shoving their dim ideas into their skulls full of mush.

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  22. Given her background as a teen performer and playwright, I can't say I'm surprised she would choose such a public forum in spite of the risk that comes with exposing her views (and character) to potential criticism.

    Yet I find it sad to see people are ready to write her off as naive, brainwashed or opportunistic rather than understand the reason behind her peaceful act of civil disobedience.

    I would hope she isn't the only one willing to risk her livelihood to express her beliefs. How quickly we forget that our charter of rights gives us freedom of expression which we can choose to use however we see fit. Petty stunt or otherwise.

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