Senate scandal sickening

The Canadian Senate has become the latest edition to the sick bay of politics!

The Canadian Senate has become the latest edition to the sick bay of politics!

Disgusting Pamela Wallin actually said about her suspension, “I think it’s an extremely sad day for democracy. If we can’t expect the rule of law in Canada. then where on earth can you expect it?”

Wallin actually has me agreeing with her as the rule of law and true democracy applied to the three outcasts failed miserably, they admitted their guilt by paying back the stolen booty only when caught. .

I know it won’t happen but after working for many years in a federal institution I feel strongly there is more than a cell or two that would gladly accommodate all senator’s and politicians who go astray.

Yes Pamela Wallin it is indeed a sad day for democracy when your kind of sickness can roam the halls and pad your bank accounts compliments of a useless Senate.

Wallin, Brazeau and Duffy should have been terminated period.

Tom Isherwood



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