‘I wish to clarify my position’

by Aaron Wherry

And now a statement from the office of David Wilks.

I wish to clarify my position with regard to Bill C-38, the Jobs, Growth and Long-Term Prosperity Act. I support this bill, and the jobs and growth measures that it will bring for Canadians in Kootenay-Columbia and right across the country … I look forward to supporting the bill and seeing it passed.




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‘I wish to clarify my position’

  1. “I wish to clarify my position with regard to Bill C-38, the Jobs, Growth and Long-Term Prosperity Act. I support this bill, and the jobs and growth measures that it will bring for Canadians in Kootenay-Columbia and right across the country … I look forward to supporting the bill and seeing it passed… ” Now someone bring me a pillow for my office chair, or I’m not gonna be able to sit down for WEEKS.

  2. Blame my pesky constituents for actually bringing their concerns to me, thus making me lie to their faces.

    To be honest, I think the restatement is actually more in line with his thinking. The statements to his voters were just brush offs he thought he’d never have to account for.

  3. “Now that I’m out of that room…”

  4. Another well-made Harper-robot!

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