Did government officials agree with Bev Oda's decision to cut off funds to KAIROS? No.
Did the chief statistician tell Tony Clement to abolish the long-form census? No.
Did Derrick Snowdy give crucial information to the PMO about alleged criminal conduct of former minister Helena Guergis? No.
Did Richard Colvin and other officials say everything was A-okay with treatment of Afghan detainees? No.
Did the Senate refuse to pass the budget bill, or any bills, before last year's wave of Tory appointments? No.
Last summer, a former communications director to the Prime Minister laughed off a matter of forgery and impersonation as "shenanigans." If this is how the government and its friends get their kicks, they should find a new hobby.