Thursday, April 24, 2014

Up next on 24 Seven Ben's 18th birthday blowout and the catwoman!

Good Day Readers:

24 SEVEN can best be described as shameless, self-promoting, touchy-feel good puffery by the Harper government or in layperson's terminology it's a piece of ....!

Do you figure it will feature Ben's 18th birthday blow out at 24 Sussex Drive. Or what about Laureen's goofy cat earsat her internet Cat Video Festival. Was that part of duly departed (at least politically) of now former Conservative Party of Canada Executive Director Dimitri Soudas (fired) who fell madly in love with a member of the Adams family (no, no not this one) directly interfering in her nomination for the upcoming election next year and succeeding in turning it into a horror show..
Recall how the departed Soudas as part of his master plan for getting the Tories re-elected  was to role out Laureen Harper to counter her husband's personality deficit disorder. Don't figure he had this in mind.

As for young Ben CyberSmokeBlog has one word of advice:

Drunk teen picked up by paramedics outside 24 Sussex the same night as party for Prime Minister's son

By Meghan Hurley and Glen McGregor
Thursday, April 24, 2014
Paramedics say they were called to the area of 24 Sussex Drive early Sunday morning. (Handout photo/National Capital Commission)

OTTAWA — The PMO refuses to say where Stephen Harper or his wife was the night paramedics were called to the Prime Minister’s official residence to tend to a drunken 18-year-old woman who was outside on the driveway sick.

The call came early Sunday morning, after a Saturday night pool-house party was apparently being held to mark the 18th birthday of Stephen Harper’s son, Ben.

The Prime Minister’s Office has declined to comment about the incident, which took place early Sunday morning.

“I have nothing to add to your story,” the Prime Minister’s spokesman, Jason MacDonald, said in an email to the National Post. The PMO was asked to provide any information on where the Harpers were over the weekend, or if the Prime Minister had any comment on underage drinking in light of Conservative attack ads on Justin Trudeau’s pot legalization policy.

Paramedics say RCMP called them to the Prime Minister’s residence around 1 a.m. in regard to a drunk young woman near the property’s west gate.
However, there has been no confirmation that the unidentified young woman knew Harper’s son or was at a social gathering with him. It got as cold as -2 in Ottawa Sunday morning.

Another young woman, who said she was at the party, said about 20 of Ben Harper’s friends and sports teammates attended, many wearing swimsuits.

“It was just a hanging out, a get-together,” said Devon von Eicken-Bursey, whose boyfriend plays volleyball with Ben.

“There was some drinking and mixing and stuff,” but no one who appeared to be seriously intoxicated, von Eicken-Bursey said. “We were all very controlled.”

She said Ben’s RCMP protective detail was around but she didn’t see either of his parents.

When von Eicken-Bursey and her boyfriend left the party around 1 a.m., she said, police cruisers had just pulled up and asked them if they had seen anyone vomiting.

The RCMP, which provides personal protection to the Prime Minister and his family, said only that it was aware that the Ottawa Paramedic Service had been to the residence.

“This was a medical call and not a police matter,” Corporal Lucy Shorey said in an emailed statement. “It did not involve any of our protectees.”

The underage woman was reportedly taken to hospital with a suspected case of alcohol poisoning.

The legal drinking age in Ontario is 19. However, a parent may supply their own underage child with alcohol in their own home.

It’s not illegal for parents to allow other minors to drink in their home, as long as the parents aren’t supplying the alcohol.

Several of Ben Harper’s friends on Twitter had sent messages that suggest there was a birthday party for him on Saturday night.

happy 18 birthday BFF @Ben_S_Harper see you in a week get jack wasted tn

@Ben_S_Harper happy birthday prince of Canada


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