The ignorant child who broke her oath yesterday in front of all branches of our government, is rightly berated by most people. I always find it hilarious that grits who used our system for a century to rule Canada all of a sudden complain that the Tories have a majority with 40% support. The foolish child alleges 75% of Canadians are against HM Government and we need an "Arab Spring". She obviously knows very little about democracy or revolutions most of which end in bloddy messes. She knows nothing of the thousand years of tradition and evolution which have led to our open and free society. I wonder if she has read Burke, Locke or Hobbs?
So besides the fact that she broke her oath, besmirched the reputation of her fellow pages , she became a threat to the Governor General, the Representative of HM the Queen, HM PM, The Senators, MPs and Supreme Court Justices. Security arrangements will have to be investigated. She is in contempt of the senate. I am not sure if it is worth charging and convicting her. She graduated from the university of ottawa which has become a place that obstructs speech. They must be proud of the ignorant spoiled brat they graduated. She apparently tried to hide this stunt from her parents. They also must wonder where they went wrong.
And by the way lefties , HM Government will pass their agenda, as they laid out before the people and were duly elected as per our constitution. We are a Constitutional Monarchy.
Matt Gurney: While rogue page calls for a Canadian Spring, dozens die in Damascus
Matt Gurney Jun 3, 2011 – 9:39 PM ET
DePape probably doesn't intend violence in the streets, but that's what a "Canadian Spring" would mean.
Today, I liveblogged the Throne Speech while watching the feed on CBC NewsNet, and due to the CBC’s camera angles, didn’t see Bridgette DePape (a.k.a. Bridgette Marcelle) approach the Prime Minister and Governor General and hold up her “Stop Harper” sign. I found out about it via Twitter, as both reporters and government officials in the Senate reported the rare protest during a major speech. Indeed, it wasn’t until after the speech had concluded that I (and the rest of Canada) learned more about Ms. DePape, who helpfully released a press statement (with her phone number) even before she’d been escorted from Parliament in her newly unemployed state.
In her statement, she called for a Canadian version of the Arab Spring. As that pearl of wisdom reached me, via both online and televised mediums almost simultaneously, I couldn’t help but note the irony of Ms. DePape’s statement. Exactly while I was reading her call for a Canadian Spring, CBC was providing a news update from the Middle East. Today’s stories: Dozens killed as violence continues to flare across the region.