Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Uh oh! Lying Brian's Irish Eyes are full of Tears.

There's a tear in your eye,
And I'm wondering why,
For it never should be there at all.
With such pow'r in your smile,
Sure a stone you'd beguile,
So there's never a teardrop should fall.
Lyrics - "Irish Eyes"

So we heard this morning from the National Posts Mathew Coutts that "Mulroney looked a little emotional just now, a definite lip quiver....
Pratte and commissioner Oliphant pause the inquiry to acknowledge how difficult this must be for him."

Then we have Coutts' NaPo colleague, John Ivison appearing to be moved by the whole scene and writing:
"Anyone who has grappled with a public attack on reputation that impacts their family will appreciate that when the subject of children comes up, it induces heartfelt grief. We've broken for lunch and it was a tender mercy on behalf of the Commissioner. Mulroney looked like he was about to crumble."

Oh, so too bad, and oh so sad...
Hmmm? Both my little boys also cry when they know they are about to be caught in a lie. Coincidence?

Then again, it has been reported ... "there are those who have a victim mentality, who may just want a shoulder to cry on"

'Nuff said.


  1. Or maybe his undies are pinching.... that would bring a tear to anyone's eye, no?

  2. Have you seen The Black Rod rattle on about this? Snicker! Boo f'ing hoo. Poor widdle Cryin' Brian. Give us back the libel suit money, Mr. Omission

  3. @ Rachel - it's not his undies that are pinching - it's his guilt!

    @anonymous- wholly agree. Yes, I did see "Dip" Rod's masterful piece of MSM navel gazing yesterday. I personally don't care if reporters were farting in Mulroney's general direction. Bottom line, their actions are peripheral to whole issue. Too bad "Dip" Rod invested so much time anal-ysing another useless line of inquiry. He's capable of better tripe.