Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Michael Bryant Arrested

Former Ontario Attorney General, Michael Bryant, arrested in hit & run with a cyclist. Some very interesting eyewitness accounts in this article from The Star.

7 comments:

janfromthebruce said...

Read it - oh my God! This is really bad "press" & "optics" for the libs, all around.

KNB said...

Leave it to Jan to make a stupid comment like that.

A man is dead and she makes it a political rallying cry.

Sick.

janfromthebruce said...

Really - I said it was bad all around - died cyclist, poor optics. Trying to ignore the "politics" is a deflective political strategy. I can understand why.

KNB said...

You're a sanctimonious hack Jan...disgusting

penlan said...

Jan, You're sick. Someone has died & all you can think of is bad press & bad optics - for the Libs? You are so obsessed with Lib bashing/tarring that you appear to have lost all compassion & feeling. This person has family, loved ones & friends. Your remarks make this person an incidental part of this tragedy rather than the main focus.

Also, you should know better than to tar all Libs with the same brush. I don't recall anyone doing that to the NDP when crap came out about some candidates in the last election causing them to step down.

You are a terrible representative for the NDP. You turn people off & away. Mr. Layton must be so proud of you - not.

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