Sunday, January 25, 2015
Stephen Harper's Canada: Where Cons and Idiots Roam
Oh boy. It's lucky that where I live it's impossible to not know that I live in the Great White North.
Because if it wasn't, I might wonder whether I'm still living in Canada, or whether Stephen Harper has already changed it beyond recognition.
For it really is hard to believe that if you type "Stephen Harper was" into the Google search machine.
This is what comes up?
A question about his sinister cameo appearance on his favourite TV show Murdoch Mysteries?
Instead of "Stephen Harper was the worst Prime Minister in Canadian history. And the most depraved political monster Canada has ever known."
But if I find that shocking, and this scary...
This is even worse.
As Stephen Harper marked the ninth anniversary of his 2006 election victory on Friday, he had reason to be optimistic about the make-or-break year ahead.
On economic issues, though, Harper looks vulnerable as never before, but it’s by no means clear that the opposition can convince Canadians that they would do a better job.
To get rid of Harper, the opposition has to convince voters not that he is nasty or dishonest, but that he doesn’t know what he’s doing. That looks like a hard job, but if they don’t do that they won’t win.
Because I really can't believe that we STILL have to prove that Harper is incompetent and doesn't know what he's doing.
Or that nasty and dishonest don't count.
Or that Maher thinks that Harper looked GOOD when he said this:
“The oil industry isn’t remotely the entire Canadian economy,” he said, reassuringly. “I’ve been through many of these price cycles in my political and economic career and I have every confidence that industry will weather the storm, I say with some difficulty.”
When his own words condemn him.
For if the oil industry isn't remotely the entire Canadian economy, why did he spend nine years worshipping at its feet? Why did he act as if it WAS the entire Canadian economy? Why did he allow his tarry obsession to push up the dollar and wreck our manufacturing sector?
Only to lead us to this greasy sinkhole.
Canada’s oil producers are being told to brace for more bad news, even as they struggle to cope with a collapse that has driven prices down by nearly 60 per cent from their peak last June.
And look like a bumbling fool or an incompetent idiot, who didn't see it coming, doesn't know what he is doing, and is making it up as he goes along.
How hard is it to understand THAT?
And how will we ever get some of the morons in this country to understand that Stephen Harper is NOT a Great Economist Leader?
When the MSM blows him like a trumpet. Instead of a sad trombone.
And so many Canadians are too dumb, or too brainwashed by his massive propaganda machine, to know a Con artist when they see one.
What will it take to get through to them? Will it be words, or crude sign language? Will it be videos, or will it be music?
Because if it's music, I'm going with this one...
And not just because I like Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers.
But because that's the ONLY message we need to hammer home to prove that Stephen Harper is incompetent.
He put all our eggs in one oily basket.
And ended up with eggy mess all over the place...
Or all over his face...
So his massive propaganda machine can grind on endlessly, the MSM can sing his praises.
But nothing can change the fact that he is no Great Economist Leader. He didn't see it coming, he doesn't know what he's doing. He is indeed incompetent and making it up as he goes along.
Even the dumbest Canadians should realize that soon. We will use it against him in the election campaign.
And we can't fire him soon enough...
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