Friday, December 03, 2010

Julian Assange says manly Tom Flanagan should be charged with incitement to murder

Come on Julian, it's Conservative humour. Get it?

No, I don't either.

An even greater joke would be a conservative changed with a Harper's Canada.

Pigs will fly first.

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange says a former senior adviser to Prime Minister Stephen Harper should be charged with incitement to commit murder for calling for Assange's assassination.

Assange was asked during a live Q&A Friday on the website of the Guardian newspaper about Tom Flanagan's comments earlier this week.

"It is correct that Mr. Flanagan and the others seriously making these statements should be charged with incitement to commit murder," Assange replied.

Flanagan, a University of Calgary professor who once served as Harper's chief of staff, has said he regrets his "glib" comment on CBC's Power & Politics with Evan Solomon calling for the assassination of Assange.

"I never seriously intended to advocate or propose the assassination of Mr. Assange," Flanagan told the CBC's Solomon on Wednesday.

Thus giving the reply all conservatives give when called up on their outlandish comments.

A manly man Tom, would stand behind his dickish beliefs.

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