“It’s not about oil wrestling. It’s about hypocrisy.”

And that’s why you should honour their sacrifice by voting for…er, wait a minute…
She wants to be Mississauga Centre’s MPP,  but if she wins don’t ask this NDP candidate to wear a poppy on Remembrance Day. “I just wear my peace button on my jacket as always and wait for the collective brainwashing to blow over,” said Laura Kaminker in a 2014 blog post. “When our masters give the signal, everyone can take off the fake poppy — made with prison labour — and create a bit more landfill. And another annual ritual of war glorification comes to a close.” The people who those poppies represent died so that this librarian can take such a view.
—Joe Wormington. Toronto Sun, May 18, 2018.

Well, is she or isn’t she, do you or don’t you, should they or shouldn’t they? Why do you keep asking us?
Laura also is one of those who questioning if in fact 911 was an Al-Qaeda attack…? I do hope to connect to learn if earlier statements square [sic] her views today…? That said, the electorate should be able to see what their positions were so they can make an informed decision if this is someone they want representing them?

OK, so maybe not so much red-handed, as just extremely-faintly-pink-fingered
So now one of the NDP’s star candidates has been caught red-handed bashing the police. Back in 2006, there was no ambiguity over how the NDP candidate in Brampton East felt about Toronto Police.
—Joe Wormington, Toronto Sun, May 30, 2018.

With our hands?
Tell us how you really feel Gurratan Singh!

That’s quite an impression
Fitz “The Whip” Vanderpool was certainly a great boxer, but this night in 2013 wasn’t about boxing or costumes, it was about a bevy of oiled-up babes wrestling in bikinis for an appreciative male audience. And Vanderpool made an impression with the lady wrestlers. “He was definitely there, [sic] said Aliscia Costantini, a one-time model and actress and FOWF wrestler too….
—Joe Wormington, Toronto Sun, May 25, 2018.

Nah, sometimes it just about oil wrestling
Still, it’s interesting that the politically correct ND…have fielded a candidate who apparently participated at an event featuring oiled up women grappling in a ring while being ogled by beer-swilling men. It’s not about oil wrestling. It’s about hypocrisy.

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5 comments on ““It’s not about oil wrestling. It’s about hypocrisy.”
  1. OJM says:

    I actually thought these would be about the pipeline controversy. In retrospect, thinking Wormington might use “oil wrestling” metaphorically was pretty silly on my part.

  2. gormab says:

    “I do hope to connect to learn if earlier statements square her views today …”!?

    Shouldn’t this come with a consumer warning that it could cause brain damage.

  3. gormab says:

    Also, what IS the dal with all these question marks.

  4. gormab says:

    deal (Brain damage)

  5. Forbes Kennedy says:

    The Worm’s breath reeks of Ford farts.

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