Liberal MP’s husband smears female Conservative campaign chair about having sexually transmitted disease

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Anyone who watched the Canadian media have a complete melt-down over the morons who yelled FHRITP at two female reporters (see here and here) would assume when a MP’s husband says this about a female, they would go apocalyptic:



But they’d be wrong because this is a Liberal MP’s husband who said it about a female Conservative so, crickets.

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16 Responses to “Liberal MP’s husband smears female Conservative campaign chair about having sexually transmitted disease”

  1. bocanut Says:

    Progressive mantra “do as I say not as I do”evident here.

  2. kevvyd Says:

    Soudas is still an *******. He was an ******* as a Conservative and is consistent as a Liberal.

    • Jen Says:

      Probably kevvyd. But he is freer now to do or say anything he wishes without the media interference now that his wife is a liberal

  3. Jen Says:

    These two are now property of the liberals and the media. Whatever they do or say is heavily protected by the media. Not even the socialist NDP wanted Eve Adams in their party.

    Soudas to make an asinine comment about a woman within the CPC tells me he has no respect for women in general

  4. Jen Says:

    Soudas’s wife is now a liberal therefore, anything he or she says about a conservatives is permissible by the media since most of them don’t like the conservatives either.

  5. Jen Says:

    PM Receives Award. From The Jewish Community Council Of Montreal

  6. Jen Says:

    Did socialist unionist Thomas Mulcair say to one of the reporters that he is a crappy journalist? Imagine being called ‘crappy’ after the reporter over-powerful love for the ndp. Yet the man (PM Harper) who the media despises and hates and would like to see him removed from Office, is the very man who stands there to answer their questions without insulting the reporters.
    Seems to me, media reporters like being insulted ridiculed used laughed at at and treated like garbage by the opposition parties but have trouble accepting or treated with respect by the man they hate- PM Harper.

  7. Liz J Says:

    Soudas and Adams are right on par with the leader of the LPC., ’nuff said.

  8. Ken Says:

    Hi Dean. I do not know how to reach you by email, so I thought I would communicate this way. Today in your twitter feed, you asked if anyone could confirm the ludicrous statement in the Toronto Star that 14 million Canadians watched the 2011 consortium leaders debate. This is total BS. Here is a CTV news report on the TV ratings indicating that in TOTAL only 3.85 million viewers watched BOTH the English debate (Apr. 12, 2011) and the French debate the following day (Apr.13, 2011).

    The total break out is as follows:

    CTV – 1.37 million
    CBC – 1.14 million
    Global – 0.60 million
    Total English (Apr. 12) 3.11 million viewers

    TVA – 0.59 million
    SRC – 0.15 million
    Total French (Apr.13) 0.74 million viewers

    I went to the Numeris’ (formerly BBM) website to confirm these numbers and they are accurate. (Search the archives for the week of April 10 – 17, 2011 for English and French).

    The French numbers for TVA (although not broken out in the CTV news article) are available. However, the SRC (CBC French) are not listed as they are so small they don’t make the top 30 programs for the week – so I plugged the number at 0.15 million to come up with the CTV news report number of 3.85 million English and French viewers. TVA news is far more watched in Quebec than CBC; just like CTV news is far more watched in English Canada than CBC (the National with Peter Mansbridge does not even make the top 30 programs).

    Also, interesting to note is that right after the debate that night, 2.48 million watched Global’s Survivor Redemption Island episode; 2.46 million watched CTV’s American Idol; and, 2.0 million watched a Round 1 NHL playoff game on CBC – for a total of almost 7 million English viewers vs. the 3.1 million English viewers for the debates. Clearly, very few Canadian viewers are interested in the consortium debates.

    It is really amazing in this day of the internet and Google that the Toronto Star – and Canadian journalists in general – think they can pull made up numbers out of their collective asses and get away with lying to the public.

    Keep up the good work at keeping them honest Dean!

  9. Ken Says:

    Dean, just an addendum to my previous comment. In 2011 the total number of people who voted was 14.72 million. So the 3.85 million viewers of the consortium debates represent approximately 26% of voters. Obviously, not all viewers ended up voting for one reason or another, so we can say that less than 25% of voters bothered to watch the consortium debates. And most of these are partisans who have already made up their minds before viewing the debates. This just shows how inconsequential these debates are.

  10. Debates in 2011 had 3.85 million viewers, yet Ditchburn and T. Star claim 14 million! | Crux of the Matter Says:

    […] on May 25th, 2015 at 6:11pm, a commenter at BC Blue, named Ken, found that the breakdown of who watched the consortium debates in 2011 actually adds up to 3.85 […]

  11. Jen Says:

    NDP ethics critic Charlie Angus violated election rules; MP says crackdown could deter volunteers

    NDP ethics critic warns crackdown could deter volunteers after Elections Canada says MP broke rules

  12. Jen Says:

    How many jobs has the Unions created of their own? So far I have yet to see one job advertisement from a union company offering salaries benefits….

    Can you imagine a company that offers you a job with benefits salaries and what else never ever ask their employees to give them dues like the unions always does. Now why is that?
    Unions are like leeches…. they suck the blood out of you. They live one’s salary to suit their gain like propaganda, political parties like the ndp and libs.
    NDP Thomas Mulcair is a unionist who lives off the DUES of innocent people.

    One should ask themselves “Why am I paying dues to unions when I do not work for them but for the guy who hired me?

  13. Jen Says:

    NDP never supported the ‘Anti-Terrorist Act Bill, they called our soldiers War CRIMINALS and Alexander Boulerice called our WW1 soldiers ‘BUTCHERS. Of course the media thought nothing of it far less to defend our men women in uniform.

    One thing for sure the Taliban and other terrorists are well aware of the NDP and for that matter, the liberals and the media support for them and not for the safety of Canadians. The NDP may fool us but not the terrorists.

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