Thursday, August 30, 2007

Who Will Reform The Reformist Reformation, v1.1


From those noted purveyors of commie-pinko news, The Bloombergians:

Aug. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, who can't choose a new central bank chief himself, has done the next-best thing: stacked the panel that nominates David Dodge's successor.

Since taking office in 2006, Harper's government has replaced eight of 12 Bank of Canada board directors, instead of reappointing them when their three-year terms expired. New faces include William Black, a former official in the ruling Conservative Party's Nova Scotia branch, and Douglas Emsley, who worked for a Conservative premier of Saskatchewan.


Don't need elected MPs when you've got appointed liasons.

Don't need impartial boards when you can fill 'em with lackeys.

The courts......wonder when will they will start gaming those too?


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