While Homer Simpson may beg to differ, most of the time two wrongs don't make a right.
And the dispute between the Prime Minister and the Premier of Newfoundland and Labrador is no exception.
First, Danny Williams spends a couple hundred G's taking out ads across Canada denouncing the federal budget and the Prime Minister. Using public money of course.
Next, the federal government is doing the exact same thing. Again, using tax dollars.
In a related story, Premier Williams claimed he could run faster than the Prime Minister and was more successful with the ladies in high school.
The Prime Minister countered with "My house is bigger than yours and I make almost $300,000 per year."
Grow up and stop wasting taxpayers' money!
Sorry Homer, this is wrong no matter which angle you look at it from.
Tuesday, April 03, 2007
Posted by Adam Taylor at 1:32 PM
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