OMG. That's the scariest thing about Stephen Harper eh? Unless there's a full moon you never know who he's going to be.
Yesterday he was howling COALITION !!!! like a crazy
And of course lying through his yellow teeth.
A key adviser to Stephen Harper during his days as Opposition leader says the “co-opposition” arrangement Mr. Harper negotiated with NDP leader Jack Layton and Bloc Quebecois leader Gilles Duceppe in September 2004 was seen by Conservatives at the time as a potential avenue to a Harper-led minority government — without seeking Canadians’ approval in an election.
Today he was pretending to be a friend of women and children.
But only if you can wait FOUR years, only if you give him TWO majorities, and only if he can make the deficit disappear, by
And of course there's nothing for the poor, or single parents. Because most of them are women and you know how he feels about them.
This isn’t really a tax break for most people; it’s social policy: a tax break for people who fit the right-wing ideal of an upstanding family: dad makes a lot of money and mom stays home with the kids, as any good mother should, instead of relying on daycare.
They were born to be subordinate. Welcome to Harperland.
Gawd. But at least today, to the best of my knowledge, he wasn't accusing opposition leaders of having a hidden agenda.
Because that one could come back to bite HIM.
Stephen Harper’s accusation that the Liberals harbour a secret agenda is cute but dangerous. Cute because it turns back on the Liberals a charge they have often levelled against him. Dangerous because it is a tactic that could easily backfire.
The reason is that Harper’s Conservatives remain vulnerable on this front themselves, particularly in the area that pollsters say is the electorate’s top concern — health care.
And with good reason eh?
In recent years, Harper has tried to assuage fears about his approach to Canada’s premier social program, routinely pledging his fealty to both medicare and the Canada Health Act that governs it.
But with medicare, the devil is in the details. If Ottawa cuts to the bone its cash funding of provincial health care, the Canada Health Act will becomes meaningless and national medicare itself an empty shell.
Because you can't give Big Oil juicy tax breaks, spend billions on fancy jet fighters and American style prisons, and even HOPE to fund medicare. Although with an aging population more and more people will need it.
Yup. As I said long before the election began, in the end it will come down to one big question: Can you trust Stephen Harper with a majority and the future of our beautiful Canadian health care system?
I mean, would YOU trust a Con werewolf with YOUR life?
Hey Harpie...big tooth...hairy one... what's it gonna be? Gimme my majority !!!!!
Or gimme some beef chow mein !!!!!
AH HOOOOOOOOOO !!!!
The sooner we hit the Con beast where it HURTS.
The sooner we will tame him...
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