Wente Watch

Sunday, November 26, 2006

A hack attack

Wente complains about the Qu├ębec-as-a-nation debate rearing its ugly head again.

No argument there. I don't know of anyone, except maybe Michael Ignatieff, who really wants to reopen the constitutional file. Wente could have ended her column after the first two thirds and it would have been pretty good.

But then, of course, she has to delve into hackery. Stephen Harper is a Conservative; therefore, everything he does must be good. So she gushes on how his parliamentary motion "drove a stake through the vampire's heart."

Only someone who slavishly worshiped the Conservative Party and everything it stands for would write something so obviously bizarre. Oh wait...


  • Ty-rone:

    You're a tiresome little wanker with mummy-fixation issues. Just leave Wente alone, put down the bong and get a job.

    Believe me, you'll be doing Canada a favour by actually contributing something beyond merely sitting in your mum's basement, writing puerile drivel about a scribe over whose material you will never have any control.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at November 27, 2006 10:28 a.m.  

  • "Leave Wente alone"? That's like "Shut up about the emperor's new clothes." Or "Quit your bitching and pay the man for the Brooklyn Bridge." Wente is an excellent target because, unlike other press whores, she's too lazy to pretend that she's not pushing a line. When you show how her "ideas" are rubbish, you expose the ones who are pretending to be disinterested observers but peddling the same inane propaganda.

    By Anonymous sid, at November 30, 2006 4:48 p.m.  

  • The penis enlargement post is by far the more intelligent of the bunch.

    By Blogger Bleatmop, at December 04, 2006 1:55 a.m.  

  • Gee, bleatmop's blog is called Right Thinking. Who woulda guessed. Buddy says he wants to learn about politics, but all he seems to have learned so far is the bit about slagging other people. The first two posts make real points about politics. If you don't want to debate those points, you're not going to learn.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at December 04, 2006 8:49 a.m.  

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