Hat Tip to Susan
*While Clement’s “crime” shouldn’t be treated as such, it’s ironic that the law proposed by his Conservative Party would still treat most people as criminals if they use their computers and MP3 players as they currently do. At an average price tag of $0.99 per song, Clement’s music library probably cost him more than $10,000 if he purchased the songs on CD or from iTunes. It’s about 500-1000 CDs worth of music. Tony Clement feels the current law is not working, but he wants a new law that he knows will not work for the majority of Canadians. He’s a hypocrite, caught red handed.
UPDATE: A week later, Conservative ministers attempt to disrupt a parliamentary committee. An NDP member objects very passionately: