|Justin Trudeau: Weapon of Mass Stupidity|
Here is another splendid display of imbecility by the Liberal Leader:
We have 24 senators from Quebec and there are just six from Alberta and British Columbia. It’s to our advantage. To want to abolish it is demagoguery. We’ll have to improve it.
It's difficult to offend everyone so I have to give credit where credit is due: Justin Trudeau CAN unite the country by having everyone dismayed at the feeble-mindedness of Justin Trudeau.
Quebecers are offended that an unelected, unethical and unaccountable Senate is in any way an "advantage" for anyone, especially on the heels of the Mike Duffy Scandal which is going on in parallel with the Charbonneau Commission whereby Quebecers hear on a daily basis a steady stream of corrupt civil servants and politicians being implicated in collusion and corruption schemes. Having a greater number of these senators, whether they be party hacks, failed candidates or fundraising bagmen, is to no one's advantage. To suggest that Quebecers are happy with these twits is insulting.
If you're from Alberta or BC, you're asking "what does he mean 'our advantage'"? He's the leader of a national federal party and he's arguing that the Senate is beneficial because Quebec is overly represented? And if that's beneficial in his mind, I guess any attempts to reform it won't take place with it being proportional by province. So thank you Justin Trudeau, to convey the idea that the West should remain under represented in Ottawa.
And finally, if you're from anywhere else in the country, you're probably thinking that Justin Trudeau is the type of politician that says one thing in Quebec and another in ROC. Does he really want to put local his home province ahead of the rest of the country? While it's no different than Rona Ambrose saying "If there was ever a Northern Alberta budget, this is it." while promoting the 2012 federal budget, you do expect better from the leader of the Grits.
So congratulations Justin Trudeau on continuing your strong efforts to run the Liberal Party of Canada into obsolescence.