The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing -- Edmund Burke
Tuesday, September 01, 2009
Weren't they the ones that underfunded and understaffed the RCMP during their recent 13 year reign? For those with short memories , white collar criminals had a field day during their tenure....little chance of getting caught and only a slap on the wrist if convicted.Pretty good odds and working conditions for those with nefarious intent. The investigators would work diligently for 3- 5 years obtaining evidence and winding their way through the Charter of Rights court system and if convicted , the culprit might spend a year at the Fed hotel. Pretty good odds in favor of the perpetrator. So the Libs are going to get tough on white collar crime...they had their chance and blew it.Anybody can BS the public but sooner or later it catches up with you.....Adscam
"Regardless of the outcome of ObamaCare, if past behavior signals the future, the Obama administration's next big push will be to mute its most successful critics."
The first duty of a government is to protect its citizens....not leave them open for attack ...and not attacking those that are honorably tasked with defending them
Speeking of troughs the Fed Libs and their MSM cheerleaders can't wait to get back to it. The media need something to keep them busy or they'd have to actually work to get a good story.
They're making noises about a fall election...probably to send Ignatieff back to Harvard earlier than anticipated. They are either still too arrogant or tone deaf since most Canadians have zero interest in an election at this juncture...especially since we are just bottoming out of a severe recession and don't need the economy sidetracked by gale force hot air.
G & M...
Hey but they closed down legit gun clubs, so ..ipso facto.. no more crime???
How's that revolving door justice system coming along?
The sooner the local politicos address the real violent criminals, instead of making excuses, the sooner people will feel safer. No crime.? How is the alarm business these days?