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Now you can be forgotten

In honor of the release of Justice Oliphant’s report on Mulroney’s inappropriate deals with Schreiber, as relevantly summed up by Dave at the Beaver here, I have republished an old Mulroney picture by FFIB.

Also I guess to honor the fact that we as taxpayers will hopefully not have to waste any more of our money on this unethical politician.

Willy.

Comments

Christian said…
Simply awesome. That picture is worth at the very least, 2000 words.
:)
WILLY said…
Thanks, but we are really trying to keep ffib off the front page. He has a tendancy to take over.:-)
Anonymous said…
Willy,

I just have a quick question for you but couldn't find an email so had to resort to this. I am a progressive blogger. Please email me back at barbaraobrien@maacenter.org when you get a chance. Thanks.

Barbara
WILLY said…
Willy@Loman.ca

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