Saturday, February 25, 2012

Your papers, please.

Man arrested after daughter draws picture of gun at school.

No, not in North Korea, in Kitchener Ontario. They grabbed this guy and tossed him in the slammer with their evidence totaling one (1) picture of a gun drawn by a four year old girl. Zero criminal record mentioned, they just bagged him in case something might happen. Bagged the wife and kids too.

I suggest EVERYBODY should get on the blower to your MP, your MPP and whoever else you can scare up and melt the phone to their head. Nobody is safe from shit like that. Nobody.

Oh, and show your kids too. Let them know how psychotic their fricking teacher might be, and what could happen.

UPDATE: For those of you who are sitting there thinking I'm full of crap, here's a guy on TV who seems to have read my freakin' mind.

Upperdate: My mistake! It seems Jessie Sansone -does- have a criminal record, so if he was in possession of a firearm it would be a crime. Which makes absolutely no difference to the story, seeing as how a picture drawn by a four year old at school is not a firearm. Or evidence.

However it does explain why the cops didn't tell the school principal to grow a brain. Perfect excuse to shake down Jessie CONVICT BOY Sansone and remind him who's the boss. Cops are known for doing that kind of thing when they think they can get away with it.

So just SHUT UP and keep paying your taxes, you worthless peons.


WiFi Lunchbox Guy said...

(Phantom -- this is link heavy. Feel free to edit or article it. -WFLBG)

Just checking in to say I've started the ball rolling with my MP.

For anyone who needs help getting started, here are some useful pages by a group that wouldn't be caught dead helping us:
How to write letters to your MP
How to call your MP.
If that looks promising, they have a full advocacy booklet. Download it before they feel the need to hide it from the unclean.

If you have an unfortunate MP, Vic Towes is the Conservative MP behind C-19, the bill to kill the long-gun registry. He was once Attorney General and is Minister of Public Safety, so he is hip-deep in these issues.

The Phantom said...

Thanks for the linkage. Excellent addition to the conversation.