As a journalist, I find people like this useful. As a citizen, I agree that he should be fired and charged. A temporary employee working on a contract has no business tampering with policy or deciding which documents should be leaked to the press. I suspect this guy will never work in the public service again. He had no qualms about applying, through a temp agency, for a slack-assed government job and taking taxpayers' money, despite the fact he has some grossly immature and downright silly ideas about the Canadian state.
What is it with lame-brained wannabes and punk rock, anyway?
Yesterday would have been Syd Vicious' 50th birthday. Fortunately, he pegged out in 1978, leaving us with one good album and sparing us 29 years of tedium. Too bad a few others didn't follow his example.