Well I think it's safe to say that Stephen Harper's
For one thing the Three Amigos aren't the Three Amigos anymore, not when the two others hate him.
And he has so little to offer or receive, that he has been forced to resort to desperate measures to occupy his time.
Like hastily organizing his own mini summit with Big Oil.
Where he no doubt assured his sponsors he was still their faithful servant.
And that he was STILL going to tell Obama that he won't take NO for an answer.
As he has been doing for months...
But sadly for Great Pipeline Leader his latest clumsy move to pressure Obama failed like all the others.
Because when the Three Amigos finally met it was quickly apparent that two's company.
Three's a crowd...
For although Obama was able to put on a cordial front, and restrain his desire to drone Harper, there was no pipeline.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper was again rebuffed in his bid to press U.S. President Barack Obama to approve the controversial Keystone XL pipeline when he raised the issue during a North American leaders’ summit in Toluca, Mexico.
Mr. Obama said he has no plans to hasten the process for making a decision. “Keystone will proceed along the path that’s already been set for it,” he said during a press conference Wednesday evening.
Not in Mexico City. And not in Nebraska.
The hurdles standing before the Keystone XL pipeline project grew ever taller Wednesday as a Nebraska court dealt the long-delayed project another significant setback.
A district judge ripped up a state law that might have been used to force landowners to allow the pipeline on their property.
Which must have left Harper and his tiny tour of oil pimps reeling, or praying up a storm back at the hotel.
Because they are in a desperate hurry to get the pipeline approved, before the signs of the impending climate change apocalypse bury it forever.
And they surely must know that if this apocalypse is as bad as it looks.
Obama will be able to kill the Keystone project in the name of national security.
And look like a Great Leader.
Which at the end of the day left our not so Great Leader looking like this...
Or as desperate as I have ever seen him.
Getting some friendly advise from a Mexican Senator...
While back home one of his own senators reminded Canadians of Great Leader's total lack of judgment.
Which I think you'll agree was a suitably sordid end to Harper's horrible day in Mexico.
And must have left him shattered, looking back at his record of eight years, like one of those sappy Facebook look backs.
And seeing the writing on the wall...
Or the big thumbs down that will condemn him.
Because he is running out of time. He is running out of history.
The Day of Judgement is coming.
And his day is almost done...
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