June 11, 2015

Morning Fix: Thursday June 11, 2015

Emily PrattRebel Correspondent

Harper talks residential schools commission with Pope Francis. PLUS:

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commented 2015-06-11 18:19:25 -0400
according to the “media” headline during this 10 minute (only 10 minutes) papal visit harper focused solely on ukraine and did not mention the first nations..
commented 2015-06-11 17:24:04 -0400
One of my little expressions is that if you pay someone’s wages that makes you their employer.

If I understand this correctly, Perry Bellegarde, the national chief of the assembly of First Nations, wants our employee Prime Minister Stephen Harper to convince the Pope to apologise to Bellegarde’s people.

Just who the hell does this Bellegarde guy think he is? If he really is a so-called leader of a nation, as he purports himself to be, and wants an apology from the Pope, then he should damn well drag his lazy arse off to Rome and get it himself?

If he wants our Stephen Harper to do his work for him, then, before we approve the assignment, Bellegarde should make it perfectly clear just how much of his own income he is either going to give back to us, or share with Stephen.