Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Now I Know How Rob McEachern Must Feel...

Well some of us may not have picked up on this but it seems a bit ironic that today's Guardian cartoon and also a Letter to the Editor happened to make it to the same page and I'm wondering if there is some sort of conspiracy here by those folks at the Guardian...

It wasn't long ago that Rob was a "big fat-cat" businessman swinging around PEI with fairy tales of success and full faced into PEI's political trough applying for PNP's... and now after taking a beating by one our most colourful MLA's it appears Rob is looking for justice through our esteemed legal system but my guess is he should solicit our good friend Larry McGuire or Dean Shaw for some advice....

The Guardian Letters to the Editor
January 11, 2011
Denying answers is unacceptable
When an elected official on the important public accounts committee asks a question on behalf of the electorate, the government must answer. When Harper attempted to keep documents secret from the Opposition parties he was challenged at the Supreme Court of Canada and Harper lost.
Our elected officials’ right are being violated routinely. I suggest that Robert Ghiz is in violation of the Canadian Constitution every time he has his puppet committee vote down any questions with teeth. Olive Crane has been denied answers.
This is absolutely unacceptable. With the overabundant number of lawyers in Charlottetown, are any savvy enough to offer an opinion that would betray my suggestion?
Rob McEachern
East Point

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