Sunday, September 29, 2013
Stephen Harper and the Dirty War on Canadians
Well I see Stephen Harper and his ghastly Con regime have stepped up their dirty war on Justin Trudeau.
Now he's not just a junkie, he's selling pot to kiddies.
The Prime Minister’s Office and a Conservative cabinet minister are accusing the Liberal leader of being more interested in making gateway drugs such as marijuana more easily available to children than in addressing Canadians’ economic concerns.
“It seems Justin Trudeau’s focus is on legalizing marijuana, which will make it easier for children to access,” Stephen Lecce, the prime minister’s deputy director of communications, said Friday.
And although I'm not surprised. Because by now Great Ugly Leader is so crazy desperate he can barely control his bowels, let alone the voices in his head.
I must say I found the timing of this call to decency a little ironic.
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne is asking the province’s Liberals not to use negative tactics in the next provincial election, expected to take place as early as next spring. Wynne spoke to about 500 Liberals at a convention in Hamilton on Saturday, saying that she knows there is a lot of pressure to engage in divisive politics, but added that she hopes to change the often negative tone.
And more than a little disturbing. Since I quite like Wynne eh?
And I'd hate to see her end up badly...
Or cooking like a roast in the flames of her own idealism.
Especially since you'd think she might have read the NDP's post mortem of its last disastrous campaign in British Columbia. And absorbed its sobering conclusion: nice guys finish LAST.
Playing nice during the 2013 election was a dismal failure, and in the next election the NDP must run “a more aggressive, bloody-minded campaign,” says an internal document penned by Adrian Dix’s campaign leader.
“A more aggressive, bloody-minded campaign than the one we conducted would have nonetheless acted on the traditional political principle that the best time to kick your opponent is when they are down,” Topp wrote.
Or read Michael Ignatieff's new book to find out what happened when he asked Stephen Harper to play nice.
Tellingly, he recounts an exchange between himself and Harper after they successfully concluded a deal to pass the stimulus package. “I told him if he wanted our cooperation he would have to call off the attack dogs. He fixed me with his cold eyes and said nothing.”
Not much later the first attack ads, framing Ignatieff as “Just visiting” and “He didn’t come back for you,” hit the airwaves. For a guy who never even bothered to get an American Green Card, it was infuriating. But those ads worked brilliantly and Ignatieff believes he never really recovered.
With predictable results...
Because what he and all the other progressives whose bones now litter the political landscape failed to understand, is that Stephen Harper simply cannot help himself. He gets a kinky thrill out of attacking others, his depravity knows no limit.
And that if you wish to defeat him and his foul Cons, first you must destroy them as they would destroy us.
If the progressive parties don't understand that by now they NEVER will. And they will surrender this country to its enemies over and over again.
Yup. Now more than ever, fight them, fight them, fight them. Save our Canada from those MONSTERS.
Kick them when they're down.
Hit them where it HURTS....
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