- Cyril Rogers
- May 20, 2013 - 11:33
Mr. Duffy's confused sense of what is right or wrong should be set straight by the PM...the guy who decried any form of abuse while seeking the highest office in this country. What did he do instead? He became on of the leading proponents of cronyism, outright obfuscation, and broken promise. These incidents are all the more reason why public office holders need to be held to definite term limits and why we need a Senate that is elected and subject to recall, just like MP's should be, when found to be engaging in improper behaviour, such as lying and abusing public money.
- May 18, 2013 - 21:05
" The basis on which we form our opinions is beginning to founder." Says who? Who is this media to tell you *what* to think, mr. Townie? The only basis are facts and common sense. And media "facts" are usually slanted as is human nature, a prime example being these two (or more) who have made massive salaries most of their lives but still had the need to take more. Use your own common sense for your foundation and never let the media sway you - just my opinion ;)
- May 18, 2013 - 19:12
TOO FUNNY do you mean CBC
- May 18, 2013 - 08:53
Duffy and Wallen the other main player in this storm were "professional journalists". This raised the question how can we trust journalists to report any facts if they cannot follow rules. The basis on which we form our opinions is beginning to founder.
- Too Funny
- May 18, 2013 - 15:24
Even worse. It goes to show that journalists are just as likely as anyone else to take advantage of public funds.