- Herb Morrison
- February 08, 2013 - 07:53
The incident that I remember involving occurred when he was still a reporter with CTV. Duffy was appqarently doing an interview amid a crod of people somewhere in Ottawa. Coincidently, duffy spotted Margaret Trudeau in the crowd. This occurred on the anniversary of the death of the Trudeau's youngest sonin a skiing accident. Duffy "reminded" Margaret Trudeau, as if wshe would have required reminding, of the death of her son, which understandably left her visably shaken. Real classy guy this Senator Duffy.
- C Garfield
- February 07, 2013 - 20:10
I had a lot of support for our Prime Minister, our leader, the person we respect but it is becoming less & less. Prime Minister Harper deal with this Senate issue & let chips fall where they may. If this was some lower level Public Servant they would be fired & would have to return all the over expenditures. These senators were aware of what they were doing or will this be blamed on some clerk in the office?
- February 07, 2013 - 16:29
Virginia Waters is on the right track but Duffy may have told the cook he wanted two steaks smothered in pork chops.
- February 07, 2013 - 16:25
Bye bye Mike. Soon you'll be at the cabin full time.
- February 07, 2013 - 15:17
..."How to pay for future benefits for baby boomers"? How about Atlantic Canadians coughing up tax money to pay for paracite senators, especially the holier-than-thou likes of Mike Duffy. What a dud!
- Virginia Waters
- February 07, 2013 - 14:35
Senator Duffy was not trying to evade the media as reported. He merely went to the kitchen to see if he could get a couple of more pork chops for the road.
- Scott Free
- February 07, 2013 - 14:17
No, no, no...you've got it all wrong. He wasn't trying to avoid questions, the back door was the only door he could fit through. Duffy's claim of residency is not another in a long list of Tory trickery; no, no & no. Why, Senators are at least as honourable as MPs; they wouldn't minipulate the system to their advantage; no, no, no.