Holy Mummy Batman. No wonder Stephen Harper is refusing to talk about polls showing him getting close to a majority.
He might not be able to control his excitement... or his bowel movements
And he doesn't want to
Only about 26 per cent of Canadians say they would be comfortable with the Conservatives winning a majority after the next election, according to a new poll conducted for The Globe and Mail and CTV by Nanos Research.
Even in the Prairies, home turf for the Conservative Party, there are as many people uncomfortable as there are comfortable with the idea.
Golly. What does it say about a leader when even many of his supporters don't trust him with a majority?
I wonder why?
OMG. Is that scary or what? A Prime Minister too deeply disturbed to be allowed absolute power.
Because who knows what he might do to Canada eh?
And isn't this ironic?
In undermining Mr. Ignatieff, the Conservatives failed to build themselves up, to make Canadians feel sufficiently comfortable with Mr. Harper to trust him with a majority government.
It’s the price the Conservatives are paying, says Mr. Nanos, “for tearing down and tearing apart their opponents.”
Or just DELICIOUS?
And of course, this one must really hurt.
Just call him the little guy from Alberta eh? The one who COULDN'T win a majority.
You know, I realize that my latest YouTube video was not a critical success. And I mean NOT.
But I knew what I was doing when I started calling him a monster five years ago. And I'm definitely heading in the right direction...
Stephen Harper NOT a leader. Just a dangerous MANIAC.
Would YOU trust him with a majority?
Golly. I think we can work with this.
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