Friday, September 30, 2005

Svend's Skinned Knee Costs Taxpayers $10,000


Okay, it wasn't a skinned knee, but it was a cut on his leg and a rip in his pants. Your Tax Dollars at Work.

Another reason to have someone watching your back.

16 comments:

David MacLean said...

I was blown away by this:

The documents also show that Prime Minister Paul Martin and his staff spent $9,939,746 on international travel abroad.

darcey said...

10 mil? Maybe he can fall and skin his knee too!

Anonymous said...

Wow the representative our country travelling, my lord, what next ???
Imagine that the RCMP having to damages for roughing up an innocent protester. That is an infringement of his rights, they should be severely fined ,as well.
Or would you prefer to see cops free to beat anyone, senseless ?

Shawn said...

Svend Robinson, innocent protester?? Remember his little "look-at-me" episode over in Israel a few years back? The fool was fortunate not to be wearing a bullet hole after trying to push through an Israeli military checkpoint.

My guess is he has never been so happy as being bounced by the cops. Improves his reputation amongst the socialist rabble and allows him to play the victim yet again.

Anonymous said...

I liked this guys "look at me" thing in Israel. He really showed some balls. I respect that. I don't respect his politics or anything else though. But definately, cops should be held responsible for the fascist stuff they pull.

Anonymous said...

so the government of Canada is responsible for shooting in the leg an MP, and all you can do is raise a stink about how much cost there is involved in settling the issue?

Maclean, can't you get it through your head that the government shouldn't be shooting citizens or MPs?

Union Member said...

It's just part of their American style (read: GOP)systematic attack on our great system. If you tell people that it is bad long enough ,they will believe you. The money one pays in taxes, if taken away from the government and the services it provides, will lead to increased poverty, working poor and higher costs for the privatized service. Tell me, Why should choice only be an entitlement for the wealthy ?

Shawn said...

Letting people keep their own money to buy goods and services with or invest in the private sector (thus raising capital to create more jobs) inevitably leads to poverty? David, I think you need to get some guano cleaner, moonbats have arrived.

Regarding Svend's pro-terrorist leanings, I find it weirdly ironic that he would put on such a big performance for people who would probably kill him given half a chance. A couple links regarding Palestinian treatment of the GLBT crowd. Please note the sources as Indymedia and the BBC are usually not considered part of the VRWC.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/3211772.stm

http://www.indegayforum.org/authors/varnell/varnell97.html

http://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/2004/05/291498.html

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