Sunday, February 05, 2006

The democracy subverting sting in the Liberal's tail

The crooked David Dingwall got his severance package, and once again the Liberals covered up the truth from the Canadian people.

CTV News has learned the deal to pay the former president of the Royal Canadian Mint $417,780 along with associated pension benefits was approved Jan. 20, three days before Canadians voted in the federal election.

"I believe that could have been the difference between a Conservative minority and a majority," Jason Kenney, the Calgary-area MP, told CTV's Question Period.

"This was a cover-up that affected the result of the election and I think in away subverted democracy."

Appalling. These goons shouldn't be in opposition. They should be in jail.

1 Comments:

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