Tuesday, March 18, 2014
Stephen Harper and the Great Illusion
Well he must be feeling pretty good these days. It must be his happy hour.
Parliament is shutdown so he doesn't have to answer any questions about any of his many scandals.
Or his foul voter suppression bill.
Instead he can pose as a champion of democracy in Ukraine, harvest the ethnic vote, and dream of stealing the next election.
But unfortunately for him it is too good to be true. It is just an illusion.
Because there's always Rob Anders to remind us the Cons are crazy and dangerous.
Calgary Conservative MP Rob Anders says the world needs to consider using force to stop Russian President Vladimir Putin’s aggression against Ukraine.
His job numbers are tanking.
The Parliamentary Press Gallery is revolting.
The Parliamentary Press Gallery is pushing back against the Harper government’s unprecedented and sweeping control over access to government officials and information.
Journalists unanimously passed a motion on March 7 at the Parliamentary Press Gallery’s Annual General Meeting asserting the right of journalists to ask questions “in all photo-ops and availabilities with the Prime Minister, Cabinet ministers, and all Parliamentarians, to fulfill our functions as journalists in a democratic society.”
Those sordid Senate scandals just keep on coming.
A former Conservative official in the Senate has been charged with fraud and breach of trust for allegedly receiving payments from two organizations that had dealings with the federal government.
So soon after this one.
And it won't be long before the whole gang is back.
Because he can run away to Ukraine, or Israel, or wherever. But he can't run away from them.
They will return to haunt him. And his happy hour will be a short one.
But then why should we be surprised? When it is only an illusion.
Stephen Harper's foul Con regime is so corrupt and tired it's beyond saving. Give it a few more months and the stench of decay should be overwhelming.
Because luckily for us you can't put lipstick on that old pig eh?
Cons are cons. Tories are Tories.
And the party will soon be over...
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