Stephen Harper is the Prime Minister of Canada, he has been for two years! Dion is the opposition Leader, he is NOT the PM, so it doesn’t really matter what he thinks, he has no power to put what he wants into action, only the elected Government can do that, and last time I checked, that was the Conservatives, not the Liberals, NDP or Bloq.
I am tired of juvenile, disrespectful ranting from the lefties (Okay I admit, I’m ranting myself, so they are free to call me on it). I am tired of the anti-Conservative media slant in just about every single report I read, or listen to. I am tired of slander slung at the Conservatives like the NDP did, standing in the House and stating that Moore was looking at scantily clad women, without even talking to him about it first. It shows how low the opposition will stoop to disparage the Conservative government.
The opposition should keep the government’s feet to the fire, but not just to oppose, to work together to build a better Canada. They are not doing that, they are trying to make up scandals. The lefties have all the power in committees because this is a minority government, and they are using that fact to their own partisan ends. It disgusts me that Szabo can visit Schreiber’s lawyer and still chair the ethics committee. That Thibault can visit Schreiber in jail twice, and then be seen with him in a restaurant, looking over documents during the Christmas break, and the media doesn’t report it, except for Mike Duffy. CBC has not released the names of the two Liberal MP’s that got fed questions to ask Mulroney at the ethics committee. Pablo has openly lied, but because he is a Liberal, it's hidden in the media. Nice ethics there Liberals.
The PM visits the Quebec Carnival; do we see any video of that? This is what we get:
Harper's appearance at the carnival, though, may not have been enough to swing some voters to his side.
"No way," said one woman who saw the Prime Minister's performance.
"I didn't change my mind. He's a very nice man but I didn't change my mind. No. I'm Liberal, through and through."
So, they interview one die-hard Liberal, and that becomes the truth, that's news?
We get Dion yapping about Afghanistan, and how the Liberals have a plan. Right, a plan to keep our soldiers there without bullets, that is surely a solution… to failure. And when the Liberals are forced to sit on their hands on crime legislation, they know it doesn’t matter, because the Liberal Senate can stop it from passing. In essence, the Liberals get two kicks at the cat, in the House and in the Senate, so who really is the government right now?
We have a Prime Minister that other nations respect, but not lefty Canadians. Canada is punching above its weight in Afghanistan, and the opposition is so busy vote gathering and supporting the Taliban, that Canada’s reputation on the world stage doesn’t even matter to them anymore, if it ever did.
The opposition is disrupting any good legislation because of partisan politicking. The one bill I want passed is the age of consent being raised from 14 to 16, this was one of the first bills introduced and two years later it’s being held up in the Senate.
The Bloq is useless, the NDP will never gain power, the Greens are irrelevant and the Liberals are so arrogant they still think they are the government.
You see this kind of idiotic comment, time and time again.
Out with Harper
Please bring it on!! i've had just about enough of Harper's "american-style governing". He's had enough time in office to get it together! Out with the conservatives!!
(From the CTV site)
It appears the Conservatives are running a daycare filled with opposition babies and infantile voters. Hopefully the adults wake up and realize that the Conservatives are the best bet whether our economy tanks or not. (I don't think it will, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Newfoundland oil will keep on giving, to all of Canada. Oh, and Chretien coming to Alberta and telling us to share the wealth went over like a lead balloon. Why do Liberals insist on coming to Alberta and lecturing us?)
Who do you prefer looking after our economy, an economist or a sociologist?