Here we see a picture of Peter Van Loan delivering an over sized cheque in the amount of $931,448 made out to the Town of Innisfil. that bears his signature.
That bears his signature? The Minister of Public Safety is now doubling a Paymaster General?
This can only mean one of two things. Either these stimulus monies are coming from the personal bank account of Peter Van Loan and other such Conservatives, in which case Canadians will be most pleased to know that there will be no massive deficits under the Conservative government as was promised by Stephen Harper in the 2008 election, or more likely this money is coming from taxpayers, in which case what the hell is Peter Van Loan's name doing on this cheque?
Does Peter Van Loan actually have formal authority to sign cheques on behalf of the Canadian government in the amount of $931,448, or is this a phony cheque and simply an exercise in self promotional fraud on the part of Peter Van Loan?
Wasn't this the same Peter Van Loan, whose perverse idea of democratic reform was to give voters in the West a disproportionate number of seats in the House of Commons, such that voters in ONtario would be deprived of 17 seats in the House? In opposing that measure, Dalton McGuinty was awarded the epithet of "Small man of Confederation" by none other than Peter Van Loan. Having been unsuccessful in perpertrating that fraud on the voters of Ontario, he is now resorting to handing out cheques from the taxpayers of Canada to the Town of Inisfill that bear his signature?
What a clown and a blatant opportunist this Peter Van Loan has become, as he esploits the economic downturn for his own political advantage and falsely associates himself with these taxpayer monies. Talk about the Small Man of Confederation.
Friday, July 3, 2009
Posted by Fillibluster at 8:55 AM