Leader of the Canadian Liberal Party, Stephane “Bumbledore” Dion, shoved his foot in his mouth once again, this time making allegations that Dimitri Soudas, the Prime Minister's spokesman, was party to extortion in an Aug. 2006 real estate deal. The Globe and Mail (Jan.31, 2008) reported: “After question period on Thursday, Mr. Dion said: "Yesterday I used an inappropriate word: 'extortion' attempt. I apologize for that, and that was not the appropriate word.” But Mr. Dion added: "I will choose my words well this time: it appears like political interference."”
It’s bad enough Dion doesn’t say what he means, but we don’t know what he’s saying - or what he means to say at any given time - either. I guess we’ll have to wait for his Liberal interpreters to actually decipher his innuendo from his facts; his policies from his posturing; and regurgitate Their Leader’s Grand Utterances so we may all know what The Chosen One really intended to mean to say, at any given point in time.
It’s a repeat of his recent ‘NATO into Pakistan' blunder.
Dion’s a fumbling, mumbling Bumbledore, which is appropriate for a Liberal, I suppose, but he's not P.M. material.