January 24, 2008

Welcome To The Law Offices Of Good, Goose, And Gander


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Posted by Kate at January 24, 2008 11:20 AM

Kate, that wee Barney in the foreground is a deft touch!

Posted by: Kathy Shaidle at January 24, 2008 11:39 AM

Shame on you Kate!! I almost clicked the link to Kinsella.

Posted by: Jim at January 24, 2008 11:45 AM

Warren "Balok" Kinsella always reruns the Corbomite Maneuver, and always loses.

Posted by: Yan Can at January 24, 2008 11:46 AM

[OTTAWA — Jean Brault has reached an out-of-court settlement in a deal that will see the disgraced adman testify in the massive federal lawsuit against other players in the sponsorship scandal, sources say.

Mr. Brault is now willing to repeat his testimony at this year's civil trial in Montreal, where the government is hoping to recoup about $50-million from other people and companies involved in the sponsorship scandal.] G&M

Some of the same people ? who convinced Chretien to set up the Sponsorship Scanda... er, Program ? And to sign the Kyoto Scam... er, Protocol ?

Posted by: ron in kelowna at January 24, 2008 11:50 AM


And the nobody who became somebody, is bitter and hateful.

Kinsella's a lightweight, trying to market and build an audience and traffic. I doubt he's sincere.

And as I shared with him, if it takes 10 paragraphs to describe a position on free speech, you're a lightweight.

Steyn on the other hand....

Posted by: hardboiled at January 24, 2008 11:51 AM

The Texas Canuck thinks that the practice of one referring to themselves in the third person is so 70's. Unfortunately, the Texas Canuck did click on WK site and inavertantly gave him more traffic. Boy, does he ever have a hate for Kate, the poor lad. What an alleged idiot.

Posted by: Texas Canuck at January 24, 2008 11:55 AM

I used to have a smidgen of respect for dear old WK. His puppy dog-like loyalty to scamming Jean Chretien turned that smidgen into a microdot, and now his defense of Richard Warman and the wackjobs at the various HRCs across Canada have erased any warm fuzzies about the guy.

Loyalty to friends is a great thing until your friends turn out to be thieves and "liberal facists*". Then you may want to think about dropping them. Unless of course, you're a liberal facist yourself.

* Liberal Facists is my new favourite term. Too bad you can't find Jonah Goldberg's book in any bookstore in Canada, but that's a whole 'nother rant!!

Posted by: ScottInRMH at January 24, 2008 12:02 PM

Those who live in glass houses.....

Posted by: WL Mackenzie Redux at January 24, 2008 12:05 PM

More and more Canadians are sourcing the real news on our Political past from sites like this one.

If my math is correct, daily visits to sda has spiked up lately. A lot !! -- double, yoy ? The worried ones, checking in to see how much more Canadians know than what the MSM is willing to report ?

Posted by: ron in kelowna at January 24, 2008 12:07 PM

I think he's got girl power.

Bend it like Borin'

Posted by: Biff Loblaw at January 24, 2008 12:08 PM

Here's to Brault crying us another river.
One deep enough that we can take a few canoes up and burn down the encampment of thieves.

"There were also repeated requests from Liberals to pay party costs for videos and meals, associated with campaigns and organizing efforts. In two cases, he was asked for $50,000 cash payments. They were given to Renaud or to Gagliano's longtime ally, Morselli, who told him he had taken Corriveau's place, Brault said.

Brault testified he couldn't say if the party got the money. But he says he was led to believe they did. After completing a $50,000 cash payment, Corbeil called him up within 24 hours to say thanks, said Brault.

Brault also testified he was asked to bring $5,000 in an envelope to a Montreal Italian restaurant, called Frank's, where he met Morselli along with a Liberal fundraiser from Montreal's Jewish community. When the latter man arrived, Brault said he left the envelope on the table and then went to the toilet. When he came, back, the money — the first of four monthly payments — was gone and never discussed.

Meetings with Liberals could also turn sour, with the threat of losing lucrative federal contracts hanging in the air if favours weren't done, said Brault.

In 2001, when he was just coming back to work after a heart attack, Brault said he received an invitation from Renaud, whom he had let go a few months earlier, to meet him at an Italian restaurant. Tony Mignacca, a Liberal organizer with close ties to Gagliano, joined them for grappa, even though, Brault said, he wanted to go home.

"He was singing Alain's (Renaud's) praises, he was telling me how important it was to take Alain back," testified Brault. "And in not so veiled words — there wasn't so much grappa, so my memory is good — he implied the VIA (Rail) account was in danger. ...

"It pissed me off as we say in Quebec," said Brault, beginning to cry. "The timing just wasn't good, I was just coming back, I was convalescing."

Things got worse, though, in May 2002. "It was a tormented time. It was a well-known fact the auditor general had started to do some work."

Morselli called him for a meeting, he said, to talk about the fact Brault thought he might be under investigation. Brault agreed, but made sure that he arrived early to the private dining room in Club Saint-Denis, where he had entertained many Liberals.

"I was afraid he was wearing a body pack (microphone), like I had seen in the movies," said Brault. "So I got there 30 minutes ahead of time and I turned up the heat, and when Mr. Morselli came in I was very polite and I asked him to take off his jacket so he wouldn't be too warm. So that reassured me.

"He said take it easy," said Brault. "Keep a low profile ... let the storm blow over and things will be fine."

Posted by: richfisher at January 24, 2008 12:18 PM

Warnout Kinsella . . . desperately trying to re-live his "legend in his own mind" youth.

Sad actually, he might have been a contender if he had only realized early on that self assessment is not revealing of the truth.

Posted by: Fred at January 24, 2008 12:19 PM

BTW Kate: I really have to protest these sneaky links to "Princess Fuffy Bunnie's) really is becoming a smelly place where one must wade through knee-deep verbal sewage steeped in the foulest mental faecal matter isn't pleasant and it's a shock if you are sent there expectantly without a pair of noetic chest waders to cope with the site's fecal content.

With this CHRC/Warman defense spew that has shown up (only) in his site, the level of sewage there has risen so fast it threatens to drown the owner/writer in his own feces...although watching Kinsella drown in his own feces is something I would love to witness, the smell of watching it first hand on his site is too much to bear.

Don't link me there just tell me how the process is going. K ?


Posted by: WL Mackenzie Redux at January 24, 2008 12:26 PM

speaking of JCxPM and PMxPM(PMPMS) , does anyone know if the Liberals have paid back the money they stole from the treasury? I dont think its ever been reported.

Posted by: cal2 at January 24, 2008 1:08 PM

the only numbers I've heard was $90 million was unaccounted for. I recall the Libranos cutting a cheque for $1.3M - which was the only monies directly traceable to them.

The rest, is smoke. Due to ineptitude, interference, politics, or other, it's long gone.

In my business, I can tell you that EVERYTHING can be found. So, I'm curious about the forensic accountant's report on the trail of the cash, and will look it up in some free time.

Posted by: hardboiled at January 24, 2008 1:16 PM

Whooda thunk, it's not "free speech" that Steyn and Levant are for, it's that they're against "human rights". I didn't know that but it sure makes sense now. How come you guys never picked up on it huh?

Posted by: bob at January 24, 2008 1:20 PM

Hey Hardboiled
Can you use" your business" to trace envelopes of money further than "Frank's" restaurant to Cretien's brother Gabby or Gagliano's enforcerer and collecter explodey Joe Morselli's pocket ?

This may help.
Warren Kinsella worked for Big Al Gagliano.

Posted by: richfisher at January 24, 2008 1:29 PM

Being a lawyer, you'd think Kinsella would know the difference between Libel and an HRC proceeding.

Posted by: Warwick at January 24, 2008 1:34 PM

Binky has helpfully provided an artistic rendering of Princess Fluffy Bunny.

Posted by: Kathy Shaidle at January 24, 2008 1:43 PM

.".but the haters continue to recklessly and maliciously defame Richard Warman, one of the bravest people you could ever hope to meet."

On what does he base this statement? Anybody know?

I'll speculate; Warman bravely fought against injustice in our Country, despite overwhelming public opposition to his actions?

Kind of like Al Gore? ;-)

Posted by: dmorris at January 24, 2008 1:45 PM

How brave is using the jackbooted thought nazis to fight your battles for you?

How brave is screwing over poor people (however lothsome they may be) for profit?

How brave is it to hide behind Canadian law while using a body that violates the constitution to oppress and violate the rights of others.

He isn't brave, he's a bully and bullies are cowards.

Posted by: Warwick at January 24, 2008 1:48 PM

Kinsella is a liberal hack, a propagandist for the political left, he has no shame and no credibility - next!

Posted by: Brad at January 24, 2008 1:50 PM

Hey, know what? Before I realized that clicking the pic would redirect me to the Prince of Darkness Himself, I was thinking, "The folks in that building oughtn't throw stones".

I get it. Hey, Warren, you old clown, quit throwing stones. You're living in a glass house!

Er... I hope he won't haul me before the Liberal Fascist Commission of Inquisition for making fun of the way he looks and acts...

Posted by: Canadian Sentinel at January 24, 2008 2:00 PM

Don't link me there just tell me how the process is going. K ?
Posted by: WL Mackenzie Redux at January 24, 2008 12:26 PM

I acknowledge that the words "law office" and "legal expert" should have been good clues, but just to be on the safe side, Kate, please provide us a clear warning before sending us over to that noxious place whose character was so well described by WLMR in his post above.

Posted by: felis corpulentis at January 24, 2008 2:05 PM

From what I understand: As an ex-'Human Rights Officer' of the HRC and having gained intimate knowledge of its inner workings, Warman cynically abused the system in order to profit from convictions, mostly on charges of anti-Semitism. He brought charges and succeeded in personally benefiting from fines on all 23 occasions, even though he is not a Jew.

I guess this is what "brave" means to the slimeball Kinsella.

Any questions why Liberals are the filth of the earth?

Posted by: irwin daisy at January 24, 2008 2:21 PM

Hmmm, if it is so (I hate it when four two letter words run together like that..looks wrong) heroic to log complaint after complaint with the HRC, at no cost or worry to the person filing the complaint, then why has not the leader of the oppressed himself not filed any?

Good money making scam at least. Liberals are good at that.

Posted by: Jim at January 24, 2008 2:35 PM

i did not know that clicking the pic would take me to the site either, Like i really visit it all the time.
However I think i will have to visit more often to see the Top Ten its hilarious, Kate did you know your in the top ten of Jerks in the Known Universe, Ranking Number One.
What an honor to be placed in the top ten the only thing i do not understand why the author don't rank in the top placing's on his List of Jerks in the Known Universe.
Oh shit iam like everyone else Glass Houses Now i get it.

Posted by: bryanr at January 24, 2008 2:46 PM

Speaking of which:

Where is Alfonso Cashbagliano hanging out these days?

Posted by: Mrs Bugs Bunny at January 24, 2008 2:50 PM

Off topic but who reads comments on anything but the top post.

i.e. caught and we promise never to do it again.

Posted by: Unforgiven at January 24, 2008 2:50 PM

Kinsella employs interesting logic. If my condemnation of an HRC decision makes me a Nazi defender, then there is only one conclusion that can be drawn from his criticism of Ezra Levant - he's anti-Semitic, which by default, makes him a Nazi sympathizer.

Posted by: Kate at January 24, 2008 2:52 PM

Awesome Kate, You're number 1. Congrats.

Posted by: Ken in Calgary at January 24, 2008 2:58 PM

Yes, the 'Glass House', 'Stone Throwing' analogy is priceless, Kate --- you da Women !!

Posted by: ron in kelowna at January 24, 2008 3:05 PM

The Gomery Commission was presented as "Canadian Justice at Work", and Gomery seemed to seek justice... looking good on TV!

Then I saw the same Gomery at a "Vulture" gathering in Calgary gushing praise for an Attorney that used the "press" (public opinion) to win a case. The theme was how to use the press when your case is weak.

That was my tipping point! We need signs in front of every Court House.
"No Justice Here -"

Posted by: Phillip G. Shaw at January 24, 2008 3:05 PM

Hey, if they keep digging for dirt on Mulroney they might find some Teflon Jean dealings too.
This Mulroney inquisitorial could lead to endless Inquiries.

Goosey Kinsella, we always knew he was transparent,we could see right through him.

Posted by: Liz J at January 24, 2008 3:10 PM

You know, this whole brewing, boiling cauldron of CHRC scandal is representative of the rest of the Leftosocialist house of cards the Liberals built over the decades they've been in charge of the federation.

The Liberal house of cards, built as it is upon the cards of false logic, double standards, corruption, greed and big lies, cannot stand up forever. Its collapse is inevitable.

Like Communist systems, the Liberal Leftist state apparatus will collapse, one node after another, to be replaced with a more logical, workable, equitable and fair system based on what the People want.

Posted by: Canadian Sentinel at January 24, 2008 3:18 PM

If Warren were making those accusations about me he'd be presented with litigation papers. He's stepping well over the line from mere name-calling.

Posted by: Liz J at January 24, 2008 3:21 PM

Warren is clearly running out of bluster, oh he'll still huff and he'll still puff for awhile - in the hope that everyone loses interest. But clearly his attempts to cloud the real issues CHRC affair have failed. What he and his "Winged Gasbags" fear most has happened, they are being called on their BS.

Posted by: Blazingcatfur at January 24, 2008 3:27 PM

One more thing. Can it now be declared Offical? Has Kinsella definitively usurped Antonia Z as the Official Laughingstock of the MSM?

Posted by: Blazingcatfur at January 24, 2008 3:36 PM

There's so much estrogen on Chinchilla's website from his hissy fits, that I fear his man-boobs will cause him to buy a new wardrobe.

Perhaps he could set up a PayPal button, so we could help out by contributing some of our Karl Rove commission cheques to this worthy cause.

You go, girl.

Posted by: Doofus Aurelius at January 24, 2008 3:37 PM

(I posted this to Kinsella himself)


What you're confusing is
- criticism of ideas (a good thing)
- libelling of individuals (a bad thing)

Steyn isn't against human rights, he's against radical Islam, sharia law, and for that matter, socialism.

You seem to be against any criticism of these ideas. Then defend them; don't shut down dissent!

Levant wants to print the news so we can discuss it. They are FACTS. Why hide them?

I still remember from grade 7 social studies: attack the idea, not the man.

Posted by: Norman at January 24, 2008 3:53 PM

With the Ontario election over I think Warren has a bad case of the "Bride's maid blues". Nobody is paying any attention to him.

Posted by: northbaytrapper at January 24, 2008 4:24 PM

So who exactly is this Worn-Out Kin-Seller?

Some guy who sold all his relatives for a cheap thrill and now is tired?

Posted by: Doug at January 24, 2008 4:26 PM

Kinsella, is way out of his league. He truly can't believe he got a chance against Levant and Steyn.

Posted by: Honey Pot at January 24, 2008 5:21 PM

from Hardboiled's website.

The two enemies of the people are criminals and government, so let us tie the second down with the chains of the Constitution so the second will not become the legalized version of the first.” - Thomas Jefferson

the more I read from Jefferson the more amazed I am about his vision. its like he looked ahead 250 years with a 200 inch telescope.

Posted by: cal2 at January 24, 2008 6:35 PM

Todays earlier link to Princess Bunny (or Mr Daisy-chained Strategic In-bred Relations) probably created more traffic in a day than poor Daisy's ever had. Wait a little while and he'll try using the webstats to show how popular he still is, although it'll only be in his own mind.

Posted by: Jello B at January 24, 2008 7:09 PM

Good grief, what a small minded man, er person, er whatever...

Just a small piece of shit would be my non-pc description of this waste of air.

Or a walking yapping bio-hazard.

What a sick joke he's pulled off, courtesy of our taxes and corrupt system of pseudo justice.
Likely kisses his mom with his ugly hateful mouth... poor thing, Yuk! Betcha he's got family that are changing their id, locations, etc...
I sure as hell would.

Posted by: ldd at January 24, 2008 8:49 PM

Live by the stuffy die by the stuffy.

Posted by: DDT at January 24, 2008 9:21 PM

Thanks for the laugh, Kate.


Posted by: Mad Mike at January 24, 2008 11:37 PM

Kinsella's being knee-jerk and stupid.

He hasn't a leg to stand on.

He's no longer on the CBC, making wild declarations to folks who can't do anything more than yell back at the TV, like I used to do in the Nineties.

We can blog and comment all over the place and explain how he's as full of crap as anyone else on the Far-Left (moronosphere) side of the blogosphere, no longer an imposing, disturbing figure with the ominous countenance and deepening, deepening, head-slowly-lowering, dark, Hannibal-Lecter/Darth-Vader/Vladimir-Lenin- reminiscent, scary delivery style...

What a pathetic, hammy, melodramatic laughingstock clown. And a hypocrite.

Posted by: The Canadian Sentinel at January 25, 2008 6:44 AM

And, Kate, if you'd like me to give Warren what MWW got, just send me an email, hon, 'k? ;)

Posted by: The Canadian Sentinel at January 25, 2008 6:46 AM

Kathy said:

"Binky has helpfully provided an artistic rendering of Princess Fluffy Bunny."

Bwaaaa ha ha ha ha ha eeeww ,,that's righ.ROTFLMAO!!

Where'd he get the pink condoms on his ears...were they handed out at the Liberal youth convention?


Posted by: WL Mackenzie Redux at January 25, 2008 9:21 AM

Warren Kan'tsella:

Fascist, unelected, undemocratic, unconstitutional Kanadian Kangaroo Kourt.

Posted by: irwin daisy at January 25, 2008 12:19 PM

RE: 'Princess Fluffy Bunny' and 'Live by the stuffy die by the stuffy'.

So funny. Thanks for the laughs. A good example of 'what goes around, comes around'. Warren reminds me of Tonya Harding but not quite so brave. Tonya allows comments on her site. haha. Here is a snip from Wiki about Tonya in Canada.

On June 24, 2004, after reportedly not having boxed for over a year, Tonya Harding was beaten in a match in Edmonton, Alberta by boxer Amy Johnson. Fans reportedly booed Harding as she entered the ring, and cheered wildly for Johnson as she won in the third round.

Posted by: concrete at January 25, 2008 12:33 PM

"We can blog and comment all over the place and explain how he's as full of crap as anyone else on the Far-Left (moronosphere) side of the blogosphere, no longer an imposing, disturbing figure with the ominous countenance and deepening, deepening, head-slowly-lowering, dark, Hannibal-Lecter/Darth-Vader/Vladimir-Lenin- reminiscent, scary delivery style...

What a pathetic, hammy, melodramatic laughingstock clown. And a hypocrite."

The disgrace is that anyone ever considered him imposing in the first place

Posted by: Bill at January 25, 2008 10:31 PM