Some more of that awesome reporting from CBC Kady

A full-page, including a chart and subsequent update just to let you know that an appointed chair shockingly donated to the Conservative Party! (see here)

If somehow Kady O’Malley thinks that this is adding to the story about Arthur Porter’s possible conflict in his self-admitted unwise business dealings, she should head back for a refresher course in journalism.

Update: O’Malley is playing hurt kitten again on Twitter over some of the comments I let through last night without reading them over first. Moaning and groaning about how hard it is to be a journalist:

“Man, those commenters are pure class, huh? RT @CBCWatch: Some more of that awesome “reporting” from CBC’s @Kady”

All of her Tweeted whines are too numerous to list.

I look forward to O’Malley patrolling CBC’s comment section pointing out all the factually inaccurate and mean things being said about Conservative politicians.

Also: I see O’Malley has no problem chatting on Twitter with Macleans’ Luiza Savage who called the Sun News women “skanks”.

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14 Responses to “Some more of that awesome reporting from CBC Kady”

  1. Darrell Symonds (@aka_Pooch) Says:

    She should bleach her eyebrows too.

  2. Lycan Says:

    Man, what a media hack.

  3. Fay Says:

    In comparison, she makes other journalists appear credible .

    • BC Blue Says:

      The standards being that “high” is scary huh?

      • testing Says:

        It’s a blog, which affords the journalist more freedom to interpret the “news.” Nothing in it is false or incorrect though, so the journalistic standards are fine. Maybe you or Fay can explain what’s not credible about it?

        Tony Clement tabled documentation of political contributions in the House of Parliament when it suited him. That was an odd, and notable act. And it sets a dangerous precedent….should anyone making a political contribution feel obligated to never cross or criticize political parties other than the one they contributed to? Is that in the interest of democracy? I’d be interested in your opinion on that. And in that context, Kady blogged the political contributions of a man who is also now in the public eye, but on the other side of the political wall. It is an apt move, and a fine piece of journalism (in blog form) because it is thought-provoking.

        And I notice comments here “await moderation,” which means you’ve taken ownership of the above vile comments. Classy.

  4. Martin Says:

    Does anyone know of any family links she may have to a political party?

  5. testing Says:

    BC Blue, you’re demonstrating yourself here as hobbled by partisanship.

    It was on a political blog, firstly, that Kady posted this information to. And given the odd precedent set by MP Tony Clement, it is timely and insightful to convey Porter’s political contributions. You don’t like it because you’re a partisan, but presuming to label it bad journalism or not adding to the story is misguided, at best. It demonstrates, with good humour,
    (“the recently established Clement Convention” ha!) and promotes conversation about, the oddity of revealing someone’s political donations once they enter the public eye….whether to the government’s benefit or embarrassment.

    What did you say at the time that Clement disclosed Michel Dorais’ 2009 donation to the Liberals? Anything?

    And if you have any class or respect for yourself or the women in your life do a little moderation/deleting of the vile comments here. Otherwise you are implicitly endorsing them.

  6. Anonymous Says:

    Your righties show what truly low class creeps you are by these comments… bring on the “Culture Wars”.

  7. Reid Says:

    Hmmmm…. I’ve donated more money than that guy if you add in my EDA contributions. Where’s my Senate appointment! I mean if that guy bought his appointment with a paltry $1,100/yr I definately deserve something much grander for my $2,200/yr.

  8. Gerald Says:

    I agree 100 percent with Machiavelli.He said it all.Gerald

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  10. Anonymous Says:

    Anonymous Says:
    November 10, 2011 at 6:58 AM
    Your righties show what truly low class creeps you are by these comments… bring on the “Culture Wars”.

    ROTFLMAO x 10! Oh goodness me! As a conservative I’m so frightened of being called names!

    Yes, DO BRING ON THE CULTURE WAR!

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