Vote Out Anders – Part 84

Only Rob Anders has this theory, because he pays closer attention to the House of Commons than anyone else.

At least when Rob Anders is sleeping, he can’t say anything too offensive:

And so, [Anders] has a theory.

“I actually think one of the great stories that was missed by journalists was that Mr. Mulcair, with his arm twisted behind the scenes, helped to hasten Jack Layton’s death,” he said.

“It was very clear to me watching the two of those gentlemen in the front benches, that Jack Layton was ill and that Mr. Mulcair was making it quite obvious that if Jack wasn’t well enough to fight the campaign and fight the election that he should step aside, and that because of that, Mr. Layton put his life at risk to go into the national election, and fight it, and did obviously an amazing job considering his state of health, and that he did that partly because of the arm-twisting behind the scenes by Mulcair and then subsequently died.”

Posted on by CalgaryGrit in Federal Politics

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2 Responses to Vote Out Anders – Part 84

  1. Josh

    The only thing that’s truly appalling about this is that Anders is still in caucus. What IS the reason for Harper’s continued tacit defence of this odious do-nothing twit?

    • Sean C.

      I really don’t get it, either. Harper has cut people loose for far less.

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