Saturday, March 03, 2007

Arse Lickers of Satan

This is from a week or two ago but I just saw it now and got a real kick out of it. You'd think Peter MacKay making a fool of himself would get tiring after a while but I still enjoy it every time.




Hat Tip: Bond. Sir Robert Bond.

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  • So a simple mistake like miss-identifying the town you are in is making a fool of yourself. Hmmm.

    Well,I guess it could be worse. He could be like Dion and call Swartzenager(sp) the "govenator" of California. Or one of the many occasions where Dion "murders" the English language. But I guess that's OK cause he's a citizen of France.

    By Blogger Fred Mc, at 11:33 PM  

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    By Blogger MJ, at 12:42 AM  

  • Indeed, Fred Mc, it is understandable for a Canadian citizen like Dion, whose first language is French, to murder the English language on occasion.
    As for McKay, well, if he meant to sign a deal with, say Germany, but signs it with Poland, we can all be happy that at least he will be confused in English.

    As for your 'miss-identifying' it should be spelled misidentifying. But I guess that's OK for you to murder the English language because you are a citizen of English Canada.

    By Blogger Loraine Lamontagne, at 12:57 AM  

  • You'd think Peter MacKay making a fool of himself would get tiring after a while but I still enjoy it every time.

    I also watched the first half of that video multiple times, during which time the gaffe never lost its humour.

    Then I finally let the video play to the end, whereupon Mary Walsh's bizarrely over-the-top reaction basically killed the funny.

    By Blogger The Invisible Hand, at 1:22 AM  

  • Mary in no way makes a fool of herself....she is the consumate arslicker of the CBC. But that's business. Canadian values et al....

    By Blogger syncrodox, at 3:15 AM  

  • Mary Walsh ceased being funny about the same time that she put her Warrior Princess shtick in the attic and likely when she decided to take a stab at "serious" drama. Is it just me or does it seem that celebrities (even "fart in the breeze" types like Mary Walsh - her term, not mine) get off on making controversial statements in the media lately? Not that she is self-destructing mind you, I suspect she (like the Tories or Liberals or even the NDP) have a solid cadre of boosters out there.

    By Blogger Sean Cummings, at 8:10 AM  

  • Touring musicians make that mistake quite frequently.

    Besides, who wouldn*t be error prone in the company of the steamroller that is Mary Walsh and her weapon tongue.

    Mary*s choice of language is not exactly complimentary to her chosen team. . . the Liberal Party of Canada. = TG

    By Blogger TonyGuitar, at 11:24 AM  

  • I'd rather lick Satan's arse than the 500 lb toilet that fat Mary lugs around.

    By Blogger Grithater, at 11:32 AM  

  • Lorraine,
    Just though that I would point out a "minor" error in your statement. If you inserted the word "EVERY" it would make more sense as in

    "Indeed, Fred Mc, it is understandable for a Canadian citizen like Dion, whose first language is French, to murder the English language on ""EVERY""occasion.

    Oh and BTW, it is not "Understandable" to a majority of Canadians.

    Your welcome.

    By Blogger Fred Mc, at 12:20 PM  

  • Oh, yeah, all politicians make these mistakes. "Big oil and big ass" anyone?

    But I still enjoy them.

    By Blogger calgarygrit, at 12:46 PM  

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    By Blogger islandconservative, at 1:04 PM  

  • So a simple mistake like miss-identifying the town you are in is making a fool of yourself. Hmmm.

    Yes, particularly if said "town" happens to be the capital of your home province and the place where you went to law school. What is it about the East Coast Music Awards Mackay forgot?

    By Blogger Josh Gould, at 1:35 PM  

  • Dear Fred: Wouldn't that be 'you're welcome' as in you are welcome?
    Always happy to correspond with my English-speaking compatriots. That's why I learned your language. I love you, Fred, so I'll forgive you for murdering your own language.
    (Loraine with one 'r' - as in "When I Marry Sweet Loraine"...)

    By Blogger Loraine Lamontagne, at 2:58 PM  

  • conservative arse-lickers?

    I get the feeling Condi likes things pretty straight-laced.

    By Blogger Chuckercanuck, at 3:06 PM  

  • Hey,, at least he got the country right.

    Last time i checked a former PM was talking about the Norway invasion. Ooooooooooooops, he meant Normandy.

    And you know what that means. A proof is a proof, and when you have a good proof then the proof is proven.

    By Blogger paulsstuff, at 4:05 PM  

  • errr arse lickers of satan??

    Silly me I thought that would be libs, they are the ones who hate all things christian and get riled if Harper says God Bless Canada.

    Hell Martin is the one the pope wanted excommunicated for supporting the abortion genocide.

    Rich the CBC using my tax dollars for that.



    they should have tolerance

    http://no-libs.com/?p=1464

    At least you can understand Pete to know he's making a mistake. Unlike a lot of Canadians.

    now since they got rid of the Chretienizer will there be a Dionizer soon?

    By Blogger genslub3, at 4:17 PM  

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