Depression grips Conservative caucus

27 May

“Caucus is horrifically depressed. They are more depressed than angry,” said one Conservative insider, who did not want to be identified. “It’s hurting the government, it’s a distraction. It’s hurting the Conservative brand and the party more than the government because it’s a fundamental to who we are as Conservatives. It’s a blow to the brand because we actually care. We came to Ottawa to fix this.”

— Bea Vongdouangchanh, writing in The HillTimes, May 27, 2013

Senator Pamela Wallin — “Of course they’re all against me, but I won’t go back to live in Saskatchewan. They can’t make me.”

Senator Patrick Brazeau — “Someone with no skills, no ability — someone like me — has no business being here.”

The Honourable Peter McKay — “No, I don’t want to go up in another jet. You can’t make me.”

Prime Minister Stephen Harper — “Look, I said get out. Can’t you see I just want to be left alone?”

The Honourable Jason Kenney — “Fine, if they want to come to Canada that much, let them. I just don’t care anymore.”

Senator Mike Duffy — “What time did you say the cafeteria opens?”


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