Politics - Federal

What to Do, What to Do?

By Jason Leach
Published May 03, 2007

Apparently there is nothing to do in Ottawa these days. Our Parliament is actually meddling in the discussion about who Canada should name as team captain to their team.

Some of them don't like some apparent "anti-French" remarks allegedly made by Shane Doan in a game last year.

The NHL investigated and cleared him, yet the clowns in Ottawa who only know how to do one thing well ­ kiss Quebec's backside ­ are trying to re-open the discussion.

I'll tell you one thing: I would love to re-open all historical comments and behaviour of every elected representative in Ottawa and kick the offenders out of office.

What would we do with those huge empty buildings, though?

Jason Leach was born and raised in the Hammer and currently lives downtown with his wife and children. You can follow him on twitter.

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By councilwatch (anonymous) | Posted May 10, 2007 at 04:32:55

They could talk about health care improvements, or was that the topic of choice in the last century.Jack Leyton and the NDP are right in there discussing hockey and why not, the diversion helps them to avoid talking about issues in Healthcare, what used to be the keystone of their programme.The buildings wont stay empty for long, Whole Foods is looking for an outlet.

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