Dr. Dawg

Harper's Speaker™ delivers again

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Let’s juxtapose, shall we?

December 13, 2011. Harper’s Speaker™ Andrew Scheer rules that Liberal Irving Cotler’s parliamentary privilege was not breached when the Conservatives blanketed his riding with deliberately false and malicious robocalls, telling his constituents that he was planning to quit. Oh, it was “reprehensible,” but there was nothing he could do about it.

March 6, 2012. Harper’s Speaker™ rules that “Anonymous,” which threatened to disclose more details of Public Safety Minister Vic Toews’ active sex life, has breached the minister’s parliamentary privilege by so doing.

Scheer bias, from the Conservatives’ best seat in the House.

[H/t Dan Gardner, who makes the same point in less fewer than 140 characters.]

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