Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Scott Brison is new Liberal Finance Critic

When asked for his comment on the Marshall Savings Plan, all John McCallum could muster in response was: “It’s complicated”.


Meanwhile an Environics Poll concluded that 79.6% of Canadians supported implementation of the Marshall Savings Plan in Budget 2010.

Hopefully Scott Brison has a better grasp of the obvious than John McCallum. Nothing complicated about that.


Dr Mike said...

Go get em Scotty!!

Dr Mike Popovich

Anonymous said...


Well do you think Brison is Bright to handle the million votes or is he hushed by Ziggy and the rest?


Sent from my BlackBerry device on the Rogers Wireless Network

Brent Fullard said...


Just left Scott a voice mail on his Blackberry.

Congratulated him and asked that he make an issue about trusts, Flaherty’s lie about tax leakage, all the foreign takeovers of trusts that created REAL tax leakage where none existed previously and Flaherty’s use of blacked out documents as “proof” of tax leakage. Said the issue may be dated in one sense, but not in another as this is all news to most Canadians and is especially important to the 75% of Canadians without pensions.

Ended by saying I look forward to hearing from him in Parliament and in the news in his new role as Liberal Finance Critic.


Anonymous said...

Here's hoping...


Bruce Benson said...

I hate to be negative but ... I think Scott Brison is just another glimmer of faint hope floating in an ocean of lies and deceit. As in the past, turbulent seas will soon snuff our glimmer hope. The reason, I don't believe Brison will carry the flag for our cause just like the rest of the Liberal party.

Kid Leduc said...

"Sounds complicated."

Ha! Same stupid answer that Garth Turner gave to a similar question. Scott must be using the same writer for his "Freakin Answers to Questions".

Listen up, Scott, you slithery Member.

Brain surgery is complicated. "Complicated" is not a reason for you to not get brain surgery because you're in desperate need of having the corporate pressure relieved from your brain.