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PostPosted: Thu May 16, 2013 7:25 pm
 


Title: Mike Duffy steps down from Conservative caucus
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Posted By: BeaverFever
Date: 2013-05-16 18:51:34
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People call me partisan. Has Beaver Feaver ever posted anything that wasn't anticonservative?


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PostPosted: Thu May 16, 2013 7:31 pm
 


yes


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PostPosted: Thu May 16, 2013 7:32 pm
 


jj2424 wrote:
People call me partisan. Has Beaver Feaver ever posted anything that wasn't anticonservative?


I don't think that's the only thing they call you. :lol:


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PostPosted: Thu May 16, 2013 7:49 pm
 


jj2424 wrote:
People call me partisan. Has Beaver Feaver ever posted anything that wasn't anticonservative?

"I don't mind a parasite, I object to a cut-rate one."


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PostPosted: Thu May 16, 2013 8:17 pm
 


Well, it's a start. Next he should step down from the senate altogether.


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PostPosted: Thu May 16, 2013 8:54 pm
 


jj2424 wrote:
People call me partisan. Has Beaver Feaver ever posted anything that wasn't anticonservative?

Why yes, I believe some time circa 2008 I said something to the effect of "not ALL Conservatives are child molesters". Very generous of me IMO. Since then 100% anti-conservative. Every single post, all 3000+. Even the thread I started about McDonald's Big Angus is really just secret liberal code word for John A MacDonald, founder of the Conservative party and our antichrist. That post gave secret orders to my comrades in Labrador to proceed with our plan to sabotage Penashue in the recent byelection. Speaking of which I forgot to post anything about his tribulations here on CKA so per my anti conservative agenda...Penashue....F that guy! He sucks!


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PostPosted: Thu May 16, 2013 9:51 pm
 


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Well, it's a start. Next he should step down from the senate altogether.



And take the other two with him. :x

Hell, better yet he can take all of them with him since they serve no real purpose except to embarrass themselves and suck up taxpayers money. [B-o]


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BeaverFever wrote:
jj2424 wrote:
People call me partisan. Has Beaver Feaver ever posted anything that wasn't anticonservative?

Why yes, I believe some time circa 2008 I said something to the effect of "not ALL Conservatives are child molesters". Very generous of me IMO.


Was that before or after you found out all Catholic Priests vote Liberal. :D


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PostPosted: Fri May 17, 2013 5:48 am
 


Such a sad state of affairs when you get these guys into a plum position and they still shit the bed. The greed is outstanding.

Fuck Duffy, send his fat-ass back to CTV.


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PostPosted: Fri May 17, 2013 6:42 am
 


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PostPosted: Fri May 17, 2013 8:54 am
 


jj2424 wrote:
People call me partisan. Has Beaver Feaver ever posted anything that wasn't anticonservative?


Two bowls of Grumpios this morning?


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PostPosted: Fri May 17, 2013 9:19 am
 


raydan wrote:
Now I understand everything...

Conversation between Nigel Wright and Mike Duffy
"Listen Duffy, I'll give you the 90,000 bucks to pay back the expenses but there's one condition, if this ever gets out, you step down from Conservative caucus... do we have a deal, Mikey?"


Actually the whole point of the effort was to be able to keep Duffy in caucus since he's such a money maker for them. They just got caught, is all.


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PostPosted: Sun May 19, 2013 7:03 am
 


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PM's chief of staff Nigel Wright resigns in wake of Duffy controversy

OTTAWA - The prime minister's chief of staff announced his resignation early Sunday, saying he left his post in light of the controversy around his handling of expense payments involving Sen. Mike Duffy.
Nigel Wright said Stephen Harper had accepted his resignation.
The Prime Minister's Office said earlier this week that Wright personally paid off $90,000 in inappropriately claimed housing expenses for Duffy, prompting critics to complain that the bailout violated ethics rules that prohibit senators from accepting gifts.
Throughout the fallout prompted by the bombshell announcement, the PMO stood firmly by Wright, saying his position remained secure.
In a statement issued Sunday morning, Wright reiterated that the prime minister had not been involved in the matter.
"My actions were intended solely to secure the repayment of funds, which I considered to be in the public interest, and I accept sole responsibility," Wright said in a statement.
"I did not advise the Prime Minister of the means by which Sen. Duffy's expenses were repaid, either before or after the fact."
Wright said he regretted the impact the matter had on the government, the Tory caucus and all his colleagues.
"I came to Ottawa to do my part in providing good government for Canada, and that is all that I ever wanted and worked for in this role," he said.
In a separate statement Harper said he accepted Wright's resignation with "great regret."
“I accept that Nigel believed he was acting in the public interest, but I understand the decision he has taken to resign," the prime minister said.
"I want to thank Nigel for his tremendous contribution to our government over the past two and a half years."
The ethics commissioner is looking into Wright's repayment of Duffy's expenses.
Duffy quit the Conservative caucus late Thursday.


It's reassuring that Harper didn't know about this deal, anyway. Guess the scandal's over now. Wonder how long Duffy will have to remain in purgatory before he's cheered back into caucus?





PostPosted: Sun May 19, 2013 7:12 am
 


andyt wrote:
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PM's chief of staff Nigel Wright resigns in wake of Duffy controversy

OTTAWA - The prime minister's chief of staff announced his resignation early Sunday, saying he left his post in light of the controversy around his handling of expense payments involving Sen. Mike Duffy.
Nigel Wright said Stephen Harper had accepted his resignation.
The Prime Minister's Office said earlier this week that Wright personally paid off $90,000 in inappropriately claimed housing expenses for Duffy, prompting critics to complain that the bailout violated ethics rules that prohibit senators from accepting gifts.
Throughout the fallout prompted by the bombshell announcement, the PMO stood firmly by Wright, saying his position remained secure.
In a statement issued Sunday morning, Wright reiterated that the prime minister had not been involved in the matter.
"My actions were intended solely to secure the repayment of funds, which I considered to be in the public interest, and I accept sole responsibility," Wright said in a statement.
"I did not advise the Prime Minister of the means by which Sen. Duffy's expenses were repaid, either before or after the fact."
Wright said he regretted the impact the matter had on the government, the Tory caucus and all his colleagues.
"I came to Ottawa to do my part in providing good government for Canada, and that is all that I ever wanted and worked for in this role," he said.
In a separate statement Harper said he accepted Wright's resignation with "great regret."
“I accept that Nigel believed he was acting in the public interest, but I understand the decision he has taken to resign," the prime minister said.
"I want to thank Nigel for his tremendous contribution to our government over the past two and a half years."
The ethics commissioner is looking into Wright's repayment of Duffy's expenses.
Duffy quit the Conservative caucus late Thursday.


It's reassuring that Harper didn't know about this deal, anyway. Guess the scandal's over now. Wonder how long Duffy will have to remain in purgatory before he's cheered back into caucus?



Yes it's over but that won't keep the left wing media from going on about it and blaming Harper for the next two years.

I wonder when Marc Harb will be allowed back in too.


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