Thomas Mulcair Urges Chief Spence to End Hunger Strike

Spence, who has been living on a diet of fish broth, vitamins and tea since Dec. 11.  –CBC News

It is not known just how many calories Spence is ingesting, subsisting onfish broth and medicinal teas (a true hunger striker drinks only water).  –Leader Post

Spence has admitted she’s snacking, even detailing her menu (fish soup and moose soup) but that hasn’t stopped the Media Party from reporting her hunger strike as not only true, but putting the saint precariously close to death.  –Sun News

Here at OfficiallyScrewed.com we are still waiting for her to start one.

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8 thoughts on “Thomas Mulcair Urges Chief Spence to End Hunger Strike

  • January 14, 2013 at 10:06 am
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    The Media is doing the same tired old Conservative bashing helped along by the likes of Junior Trudeau and the Charlie Angus NDP-Q.
    The truth is that ordinary people on those reserves are being used by their Chiefs and Band Councils to get more funding which does not go to the needy but the greedy.
    Chief Snacks-a-lot should be ashamed along with her enablers.
    How many eagles died so she could wear the Hollywood Indian headdress she is not entitled to?
    Bubba Brown

  • January 14, 2013 at 10:58 am
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    Here is what Mulclair who still owes loans to the EC as does some of his mps do. The very same NDP party that took union donations from the American unions which is illegal in canada, the very same party that wants to shut down the oilsands which revenues that keeps our country alive…..

    forgot and I am will never be mentioned by the msm that:

    A new school was promised by the Minister of Indian and Northern Affairs in the summer of 2000, but no action has been taken. The Education Authority’s Chairman summed up the community’s plight by saying; “We just want what any other parent would want for their children – a safe school.”[15]

    Attawapiskat First Nation marked the ground breaking for new Attawapiskat Elementary School June 22, 2012. The Assembly of First Nations (AFN) National Chief Shawn Atleo congratulated the community of Attawapiskat as they celebrated the ground breaking of their new elementary school.[26]

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Attawapiskat_First_Nation

    Mulclair and his ilks as usual forgot to tell Spence that this CPC has done more for the natives than the previous government. No, this is all but a plan by the NDP to bring down the very government that did do more for canada and FNs.

    Don’t expect the msm to say anything because they are just as much involved to bring down the CPC.

  • January 14, 2013 at 12:10 pm
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    If the tired old media will tell us that a whale with three chins is on a hunger strike, what other less obvious lies are they telling us?

    I’m insulted by their lies, and that they would think I’m stupid enough to beleive them.

    We need to call them liars for telling us this is a hunger strike and hope they sue for libel or slander.
    Then they can go into court and prove to the judge they weren’t lying by explaining that they are so incompetent and stupid that they actually thought she was on a hunger strike.

    Same deal with the 31,000 complaints to Elections Canada, they can prove they weren’t lying by convincing a judge they are stupid enough to consider the LeadNow websire a reliable source.

  • January 14, 2013 at 3:10 pm
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    I think what Chief Spends meant to say was she has been snacking on Fillet ‘O’ Fish broth.

  • January 14, 2013 at 6:21 pm
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    Fh…O/T
    No kidding, especially this part..”.Cullen said his campaign needed a little extra time after realizing a handful of donors had over contributed to the various campaigns and would require refunds.”
    Is this In and Out NDP style??

  • January 14, 2013 at 10:00 pm
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    Thomas Mulcair has been smart enough to keep a distance from Spense and the INM movement. This lets him find ways to insert himself into the story without getting too much splatter from the “diet” farce or realizing he has spent political capital to support a person and a movement with very questionable morals and accounting skills (to say the least).

    We need to get used to this, Thomas Mulcair is a far more formidable politician than anything the Liberals have presented since Mr Dithers (or are likely to select this time around). Simple solutions like “attack ads” will not work, rather *we* need to present the case for the CPC in a firm, forceful manner by presenting the facts and accomplishments of the government (and not shying away from the blunders) whenever and wherever we can; both to break the media “narrative” and to reach “low information” voters.

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