Wednesday, 23 April 2008

It's Not Over Until the Fat Flunky Sings

I'm sure many of you have been entertained by the sight of "Conservative" flunky Ryan Sparrow rebuffing CBC reporter Keith Boag with the vacantly reiterated phrase, "I'm sorry, it's a private meeting".

Now, there seems to be a rumour going round that Sparrow was referring to the meeting occurring in the room to which he was blocking access. In fact, nothing could be further from the truth, and the contention otherwise is precisely the kind of scurrilous tripe we have come to expect from our élitist media and their effete phalanx of far-Left fellow-travellers in the blogosphere.

In fact, Sparrow was merely enunciating Stephen Harper's theory of parliamentary government.

Now, for the love of God (you pinko leftoids), do try, in future, to interpret CPC communications strategies in good bloody faith.


Red Tory said...

Well that explains everything.

By the way, I had no idea that was Ryan Sparrow. I thought it was just some hefty goober.

Not that I ever did before, but now I'll have even less respect now for anything that burbles out of his trap.

Sir Francis said...

I thought it was just some hefty goober.

And you were absolutely correct.