Monday, December 31, 2012
Harperland and the Horror of 2012
Golly. It's hard to believe that the horrible year of 2012 in Harperland is finally almost over.
And that I'm still standing.
For if on this day in 2010 I wrote this:
It was the worst of years. The year when the crazed tyrant Stephen Harper ripped a giant hole in the fabric of Canada, chewed on its heart and its liver, and lied through his bloody teeth.
This year was even WORSE.
The year when the Cons showed their true colours, stripped off their human costumes to expose their furry bodies, and started humping this country and its values, in a frenzy of depravity.
For whatever our hapless MSM and other surrender monkeys might say or write in the Kingdom of the Big Lie, it was the most sordid and sinister spectacle in the history of this country. And anybody who thinks differently should check their democratic pulse, or examine their morals under a microscope to see if they still have any.
But I don't want to relive that nightmare tonight. After 387 posts this year I think you know how I feel about the Con regime.
Tonight I'd rather look at the bright side eh? Like the fact that judging by the way he has been acting recently, or looked in his Christmas address.
Great Ugly Leader is in even worse shape than I am...
And who can blame him eh?
The stench of pork is hanging over his head...
So are the police...
It's not easy for a Con to be branded as a stooge of the Chinese Communist Party...
And as for Great King Kong Leader's ill gotten reputation as a "money manager."
Well that one went down with this one....
So while 2012 may have been a horrible year, nobody can deny it wasn't useful.
The Con brand has been seriously damaged, and I can hardly wait for the exciting moment when the wings fall off, and the Harper regime goes down in flames.
Mayday!!!! Mayday !!!!
But for me the best news of the cursed year of 2012 was the fact that so many Canadians took to the streets to demand change. First in Quebec, and now all over the country with the Idle No More movement.
For it could lead one day to a Canada-wide revolt against the Con regime, and contribute mightily to its destruction in the next election.
Which is why as I plod through the snow, on my way to 2013, or to borrow a cork screw to help me forget 2012, the future seems brighter than it has been for a while...
Thank you for reading my blog. Thanks for all the encouragement. If every now and then I got a smile out of you, in the darkness of Harperland, I would be more than satisfied.
And of course thanks to Sébastien, for without his love and support and patience none of this would be possible.
Happy New Year everybody !!!!!!!
The harder the struggle.
The sweeter the victory...
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