Tuesday, September 27, 2016

"Boink! Boink! Boink!" ..... The sound of dirty old man Bill Clinton at home with his mistress the energy bunny while Hillary is away campaigning!

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Hillary Clinton is a bigot married to a dirty old man who can't be trusted with White House interns! She'll do anything for black votes!

Thursday, August 25, 2016

The difference?

Good Day Readers:

Pierre Trudeau while Prime Minister could be downright arrogant, ignorant.,boorish and a real prick.
How dare he give the finger to to the good, law abiding taxpaying citizens of Salmon Arms, British Columbia responsible for his administration being in power in the first place. Besides, under his government spending and accompanying national debt increased exponentially. Who was left at the end of the day to pick up the financial excesses?
His son is much more genteel. To best of CyberSmokeBlog's knowledge he has yet to give taxpayers the finger at least not publicly but he's accomplishing the same result another way - through several of his Ministers and their staffs who by their public expenditure profiles obviously don't give a f..k about the public purse.

Clare L. Pieuk

Federal sunny ways Liberals 'Entitlement' statue pees on poor taxpaying senior citizen!

Canadians can no longer afford the sunny ways, spendthrift federal Liberals!

Caveat Emptor!

Anonymous has left a new comment on your post, "Scammed by a lawyer and a law society?": 

Defiantly scammed by Attorney and went to the Law Society of Winnipeg and all they did was put a note in his file! Now this is after years of fighting a family law/divorce matter and nothing did I get! No full financials, lost my home, lost my profitable business, no assets, no money to live on, never once saw a Magistrate, nothing at all! My estranged wife sold, liquidated, junked all assets, Embezzled monies of well over $750,000 and was able to get away with it all! I am now on another attorney to clear up a mess that literally has been ongoing since 12/2011!

This "attorney" has several complaints and nothing is ever done. Something is very wrong. Winnipeg, Manitoba courts I use to believe in and now I have no faith, as well as, with our Law Society.

Negligence get an Attorney..Laughable when you finally get somewhere with the Law Society you are basically homeless and penniless! So, how do you Sue an attorney who played the used car salesman role perfectly and was responsible for all your losses but,the Law Society doesn't help with negligence while you are penniless and homeless!

Dear Anonymous: 

Wow! Where to begin? Believe it or not things are a lot better now when dealing with the Law Society of Manitoba. Believe it or not, previously it was not even obliged to tell prospective clients if one of there members had been or was the subject of an investigation. However, the province passed legislation last year requiring it to do so. Past f... ups because of this were well documented in the media. While The Society's mandate clearly states it is to self-regulate the "profession" sometimes one must wonder how effective it is is so doing.

If you take a close look at The Society you will find the real power lies with the various internal committees made up of "benchers" who've been in place for a long time so while Chief Executive Officer Kristin Dangerfield may wish to implement certain changes in many ways her hands are tied.

One of your best protections is to learn to navigate your way around The Society's webpage. It now contains a wealth of information if you know where to look. For example, it lists both alphabetically and chronologically disciplinary actions taken against members and/or those pending. In the past CyberSmokeBlog has always found its General Legal Counsel Rocky Kravetsky to be most helpful.

Hope this helps and sorry to hear about your plight.

Clare L. Pieuk

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Why federal sunny ways Liberals have such big asses!

Good Day Readers:

First up to the microphone in her clodhoppers (sexy scandal-ridden limo sandals) attempting to explain her recent conflict of interest Toronto debacle, Health Minister Jane Philpott. She sure came out looking like an ass on that one.

But let us not forget young old Natural Resources Minister Jungle Jim Carr. In February of this year he spent $1,258 of your hard earned dollars for tickets to a Winnipeg Jets hockey game at the MTS Centre featuring the Boston Bruins. But if that were not bad enough he compounded the situation by expensing you another $530,25 to rent limos for the one kilometre trip from the downtown Fort Garry Hotel to the MTS Centre.

These federal sunny way Liberals certainly remind you of former Member of Parliament David Dingwall and his famous line about being entitled to his entitlements.
"Mr. Entitlement"
Clare L. Pieuk

Monday, August 22, 2016

Sunday, August 21, 2016

Friday, August 19, 2016

For the sunny ways federal Liberals Health Minister Jane Philpott's one day $1,700 Toronto extravaganza is a bug up their ass that won't go away!

Hey spendthrift Minister this is what a Toronto taxicab looks like! Did you see any while there?

How the Health Minister could have travelled for what she paid a limo to take her around the GTA

By Nikki Wiart
Thursday, August 18, 2016

The Conservative Party is asking Health Minister Jane Philpott to repay a large chunk of change this week, after discovering she spent $1,700 in one day on transportation around the Greater Toronto Area in March. On Wednesday, Philpott’s office revealed the Minister also paid the same limo service $1,994 for a day in July. The Tories are calling on the minister to reimburse taxpayers for the $1,700 bill, but Philpott’s office has made no such reassurances, saying only that the Minister will stop using that particular limo service.

Where would you go if you had $1,700 to spend on transportation? How would you get there? Maclean’s has devised 15 different – and in our opinion more exciting – ways to get from point A to point B to the tune of $1,700 (more or less.)

1. Ferrari

For $1,693, Philpott could have taken a flashy cherry-red Ferrari 458 Italia out for a 150-kilometre rip around the GTA on a Saturday. She would have had to put down a $5,000 deposit before settling into those luxurious leather seats, however. It’s the same car that’s been seen in Top Gear, Orange is the New Black and Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2.

2. Helicopter

3. For $1,700, Philpott could have purchased a single-fare TTC token for 523 Torontonian commuter

4. Hot Air Balloon 

For $1,553, Philpott and four others could have witnessed the sunrise over the “6” from the vantage point of a hot air balloon. 

5. Taxi 

For $1,609, Philpott could have taken a taxi from Ottawa to Toronto. And that’s including a 15 per cent tip! 

6. Feet 

For $1,700, if she spent $30 a day on food, and $100 a night on accommodation, Philpott, walking at a rate of four kilometres per hour for eight hours a day, could travel 416 kilometres—or from Parliament Hill to Mississauga, Ontario. 

7. Horse 

For $1,300, Philpott could have jumped over the border and purchased her very own “large athletic pony” named Ella. Throw in a cheap, used saddle for $400 and she’s set! 

8. Sailboat 

For $1,850, Philpott and 11 other people could have gone sailing for five hours — on a weekday — around the Toronto Harbour.

9. Limo

For $1,500, Philpott could have had the full prom experience, and rented a stretch SUV limo to travel around the GTA for 12 hours, complete with champagne, crystal glassware and a chauffeur dressed in a tuxedo.

10. Bike

For $1699, Philpott could have bought a fancy commuter bicycle from Toronto’s Bike Depot, though it wouldn’t leave much money for a helmet.

11. Race car

For $1,693, Philpott could have raced 70 laps in seven different exotic cars at the Toronto Motorsports Park.

12. Plane

For $1,953, Philpott could attempt to make a trip around the world this September, from Toronto through Tokyo and London. But, she’d have to call it quits in Britain, and find cash elsewhere to make it back home.

13. Motorcycle

For $1,695, Philpott could have rented a Harley for a week, and travelled up to 1,500 kilometres — all the way to Thunder Bay via the Trans Canada — on the hog.

14. Greyhound

For $1,800, Philpott could have taken a Greyhound bus from Toronto to Mexico City and back three times. It takes three days to get there, and three days coming back, so hypothetically, she’d be on the bus for 18 days straight. But that would also mean no accommodation costs!

15. Tank

For $1,656, Philpott and two of her friends could have made their way through Kasota, Minnesota in an Abbot Tank, and driven that tank right over a car for the full combat experience.