Thursday, September 27, 2012

Phil Votes Against Women's Rights

Today, in Ottawa, in the House of Commons, a shameful spectacle unfolded. Phil McColeman, representative for Brant, voted to re-open the abortion debate.

Phil has to realize that he's more than just bumblin' Phil McColeman. His job is to represent his constituents. Phil may be anti-choice personally, and that's okay. We're all entitled to our opinions. But when he takes his personal ideological beliefs and forces them into the political sphere, that's where it becomes a problem. Brantford is not full of Tea Party supporters, and Phil's not representing Brant when he votes like a Tea Partier.

Decades of progress in women's rights, and Phil would have dumped them like yesterday's trash. Well, if ever we needed a sign, here it is: it's time to DUMP PHIL.

Sunday, September 23, 2012

Phil Honours Troops by Spending $750,000 to Fight Them in Court

As the Globe & Mail reported today, the Conservative government wasted $750,000 of taxpayers' money on legal fees fighting veterans who just want a fair pension.

Phil McColeman often uses military troops and veterans for political posturing – e.g. here, here, here, here, and here.

But when it comes to paying veterans their fair share, where's Phil?? Probably at the bank deciding how to invest his own gold-plated MP pension.

Saturday, September 22, 2012


It goes to a vote Wednesday. What will Phil do?? He has three options. He can join the Tea Party caucus of the Conservative party, where we know his heart truly lies. He can oppose the motion and stay loyal to the Dear Leader. Or he can skip the vote together and risk incurring the wrath of whichever side loses (and appear a coward at the same time). This is going to be an exciting week, folks.