Tuesday, October 11, 2005

Commemorative Liberal Coin

Talk about calling a spade a spade; J.J. McCullough at Fillibuster had a great idea. Wouldn't it be great if the former CEO of the Canadian Mint, the disgraced David Dingwall, and his fellow Liberal Party cronies in corruption were the subject of a series of commemorative coins?
Dingwalls exhorbitant expense accounts are offensive, (salary: $250,000 expense allowance: $750,000 ) this asshole even billed the taxpayer for chewing gum. Upon public discovery of his peculation he quit his job, and the Prime Minister promised him a HALF MILLION DOLLAR severance package.

Every minimum wage worker knows you don't get severence if you quit your job. This asshole is getting two years salary from the Prime Minister in hush money. This is now a precedent that will allow all sorts of undeserving former government employees to go back to their past employers and demand money for severence.

Tim Baker pointed me towards something we all can do to point out this stupidity, and point out to the Prime Minister we know he's paying hush money.

Click this link. It's corny, but I'm doing it. Mail him some gum. It's postage free.

David Dingwall Severance Fund
C/O Paul Martin, Prime Minister
House of Commons
Ottawa, ON K1A 0A6

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