People seem to becoming even less respectful of politicians these days.
Even Jim is getting lip from some of his councillors – 14 of them voted against “fixing” the minutes versus eight in favour, and the slick mayor is NOT amused.
I wonder if Rick will be jumping on the anti-Jim, anti-Mark Taylor bandwagon as the councillors move toward election mode? He knows Watson hasn’t forgiven him for campaigning for Larry O’Brien, and the mayor is still pissed with Rick for the Lloyd Francis Boulevard screw-up, so Rick will join in IF he thinks Jim is vulnerable. It’s risky to take on such a skilled, vindictive politician.
Deceitful politicians don’t always tell the truth. Rob Ford will have us believe that he doesn’t smoke crack cocaine and hang out with thugs, but I’m not sure I believe him.
Here the Leaf mayor is applauded by a pack of Conservatives, including Lisa MacLeod’s boss. Hudak is standing by the big guy in his time of need. He confirmed today that Doug Ford remains a potential Conservative candidate in the upcoming provincial election. “The door is still open,” Hudak said.
I imagine Hudak’s still a fan of Mike Duffy too. I wonder if Stephen Harper still chums around with Rob Ford?
Mike Duffy was just confused and DIDN’T MEAN to defraud the taxpayer. Harper knew NOTHING.
Not everyone has given up hope. This guy assured me that the Sens WILL win the next three games in a row.
Which home is the most expensive, the Westcliffe freehold condo, the Priam place or the bunglow near the Arbeatha outdoor rink? (answer
The condo is $273,000, the Westcliffe two-storey near Doug’s poop lawn is $299,000, and the Arbeatha bungalow is $297,500. If they were all the same price, which one would YOU pick?
A strange device has just been installed at the entrance to the Bells Corners Complex on Timm Drive.
It’s closer to Kanata so the name is curious.
Security is tight at the mysterious complex – apparently the minister himself likes to hang out there and plan ways of selling dirty oil for his Calgary bosses.
Climate-change denier Joe Oliver recently scratched his Bells Corners balls.
What does this cryptic sign in front of the bomb-threatened Harper Government Bells Corners headquarters really mean? (answer
What is this evil-looking machine behind the Starbucks plaza? (answer
It’s a trash-compacting machine.
There are two places in Bells Corners that do professional welding at very affordable prices. What street are they located on? (answer
The garden centre in the FreshCo plaza is doing a booming business, but the other ones are cleaning up too.
Am I the only one who thinks that some of our Bells Corners architecture is butt-ugly?
How goes YOUR struggle for a weed-free, pest-free lawn?
A new lawn ain’t cheap if the grubs destroy it.
Sod or seed – they’re both expensive.
If I were a kid, I’d go door-to-door and tell people I’d pull weeds for $10, with payment to be be made only after I’d spent an hour working hard. $10/hr tax-free isn’t bad – it’s more than minimum wage. And picking weeds is good exercise and can be lots of fun.
Is this sign legal?
Darn! I missed the plant swap at the Bells Corners library.
Where is this and what horrible events happened here recently? (answers
This is where a disastrous oil spill cost huge dollars to clean up.
A mobile home on the other side of the street went up in flames shortly afterwards.
One last shot at the smooth-tongued politicians:
The last time I looked at this poll the Conservatives were close behind the Liberals.
But that was BEFORE the latest Mike Duffy/Rob Ford/ Stephen Harper/Skippy Poivrière scandals. Here’s a second chance to vote: