First of all, we have Prime Minister Pompous Ass pissing off the Liberals. (Let's hope he eventually leaves Canada so he can become a lord in Britain too.)
Prime Minister Stephen Harper went into attack mode in the House of Commons on Wednesday, accusing the Liberals of caring more about Taliban prisoners than Canadian troops.
The attack came during Question Period, as the Liberals called for the resignation of Defence Minister Gordon O'Connor over the erroneous information he provided to the government two weeks ago.
"I can understand the passion that the leader of the Opposition and members of his party feel for the Taliban prisoners," Harper said. "I just wish occasionally they would show the same passion for Canadian soldiers."
His comments were quickly followed by boos and jeers from Liberals in the House. Liberal Leader Stéphane Dion said he was shocked by Harper's suggestion and demanded an apology.
Harper continued with his barrage.
"I would like to see more support in the House of Commons from all sides for Canadian men and women in uniform," he said. "I think Canadians expect that from parliamentarians in every party. They have not been getting it, and they deserve it.
That attack made Dave swear (a rare event).
And because that wasn't enough of a display of Conservative self-righteousness for one day, a tory MP decided to call Saskatchewan premier Lorne Calvert a "liar":
OTTAWA – A Tory MP called Saskatchewan Premier Lorne Calvert a liar today as the Harper government defended its budget against howls of outrage in some provinces.
"The premier's lying through his teeth," outspoken Saskatoon MP Maurice Vellacott said in an interview.
Moreover, Vellacott said the NDP premier is a "socialist" who can't handle economic prosperity and would be more comfortable keeping Saskatchewan "on the federal dole."
Calvert retorted that Vellacott's broadside is indicative of a government that has betrayed the provinces and has no other defence but name-calling.
"They're caught and they know it," the premier said in an interview with The Canadian Press.
You remember Maurice, right?
Yes, once again, that's the very predicatble new government of accountability in action.