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Picture of an idiot

This is a picture of Larry Miller the Harper conservative MP from rural Ontario, who would like Canada to consider leaving the United Nations because of its criticism of the Harper government and he is an idiot.


Beijing York said…
A friend of mine has the misfortune of living in his riding. She doesn't have much good to say about him and he's not very smart.

Given that Harper just used an Albertan back bencher to get rid of Section 13 of the Canadian Human Rights Act, all these asshats deserve careful monitoring.
Torontonian said…
Larry Miller's strengths are all below the shirt collar button.
The funny thing is that's a fairly flattering photo of Jabba
WILLY said…
Thanks for the response. He does seem rather dense in more ways than one.

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