Friday, November 28, 2008

This Is Precious

Precious, isn't it?  

A Prime Minister who oversaw the dissolution of one political party (The PROGRESSIVE Conservatives) with his chief conspirator (Peter MacKay), to form a coalition (even though MacKay had signed his name to a document saying he wouldn't kill the old PC Party), is crying about a democratic coalition between parties which represent 63% of the electorate. 

Harper is a two-faced, lying, angry, venom-filled, vindictive "little man".  He deserves to go down in flames for the countless games he's played over the past two years.

Time for the Conservative scandals to be made public.  Time for the books to be opened.  Let's see just how "excellent" Canada's financial position is...

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1 comment:

Luke said...

Are you serious? On one hand, we have the merger of two political parties, which saw their members vote in a new leader, vote for their policies, then face the Canadian public in an election.

On the other hand, we have two parties which were soundly defeated in the last election. They have fewer seats between then than the Conservatives do. They are trying to seize the government without an election.

If the Liberals and NDP are so concerned, they can merge and vote down the government, causing an election. If they try this, they've lost my vote. And I don't think I'm the only one.