The Shotgun Blog
« Liberal pundits | Main | Goodale won't go »
Wednesday, December 28, 2005
RCMP ITscam investigation
The CBC is reporting: RCMP to investigate income trust allegations. CP has the story and is promising more details.
Posted by Kevin Steel on December 28, 2005 in Canadian Politics | Permalink
TrackBack URL for this entry:
Listed below are links to weblogs that reference RCMP ITscam investigation:
Emendation: Delete "scandal". Use: corruption, as in stinking, stench of corruption. Stet.>>>
Mounties launch investigation into income trust leak
The whiff of scandal was pumped into the federal election campaign Wednesday with confirmation that the RCMP has begun a criminal investigation into the possibility of a leak from the Liberal government prior to an announcement on taxation of income trusts. >>> via cnews
Posted by: maz2 | 2005-12-28 5:00:46 PM
Well, I'm shocked. I didn't think the RCMP had the cojones to investigate their masters.
Posted by: Tozetre | 2005-12-28 5:09:39 PM
Think more deeply about the motives of our federal gendarmerie. To quote Marlene Dietrich, "I have a new Fuehrer now."
Posted by: Billy B.Bytown | 2005-12-28 5:35:24 PM
Don't get your hopes up, people.
Posted by: John | 2005-12-28 6:58:56 PM
Only a fool trusts the hand with a liberal body.
Posted by: Western Canadian | 2005-12-28 7:11:14 PM
Well, I'll admit I still don't expect them to actually arrest anyone. I'm just shocked that they went so far as to investigate.
Posted by: Tozetre | 2005-12-28 8:36:31 PM
My comments are about Ric Dolphrin
s article "Pardon my French"
After several articles by Brant Scott about the negative impact of bilingualism, we get "Pardon my French." I for one, will not pardon his French. Language is for communication, peppering an article in English with all kinds of French expressions, simply means that the author has been indoctrinated by "political correctness" into an acceptance of bilingualism when he is writing for English readers. He also included some borrowing from the barn yard which is not consistent with the standards of Western Standard.
Posted by: Scribe | 2005-12-28 8:56:21 PM
Goodale has just announced that he won't resign or step aside. Says the RCMP have no evidence that anyone did anything wrong (!) and that if he resigned it would provide ammunition to the Opposition in an election campaign (!!).
We are truly in the hands of gangsters.
Posted by: Patrick B | 2005-12-28 9:37:15 PM
Patrick B, source?
Also, if it's true, I agree. How does taking responsibility provide ammunition? My total lack of respect for anyone who has anything to do with the Liberal party might be mitigated if they took responsibility for things.
Posted by: Tozetre | 2005-12-28 9:40:25 PM
Andrew Coine's editorial in todays F. Post (Wed) provides a very interesting read - pretty much takes P.M. to the mat, so to speak. Could this be heralding the beginning of an acceptance of change by at least a part of the MSM??
Posted by: calgary clipper | 2005-12-28 10:38:08 PM
Posted by: Tozetre | 2005-12-29 11:48:52 AM
The comments to this entry are closed.