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Harper puts his sweater vest on, one arm hole at a time, same as any ideologue


All hail Princess Warrior Marg Delahunty!

Mary Walsh has had enough with Harper’s charade and decided to have a sweater burning ceremony in Newfoundland last night.

"How stunned does the prime minister think we are?" Walsh yelled out, as a bonfire crackled.

"For God's sake, does he think that putting on a blue sweater-vest is going to make us think, 'Oh my goodness, what a kind-hearted, cosy, cute little PM,' and forget all about the fact of his soul-sucking, evil work of putting 14-year-olds in jail for the rest of his lives?" said Walsh,


I’m moving to oil rich NL as soon as Ontario becomes a have not. I like these people.

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Beijing York said…
I knew Mary Walsh would come to the rescue and use her great wit to put "sweater vest" Stevie in his place. Thanks for flagging this.

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