Tuesday, April 19, 2011
Stephen Harper and the Smoking Gun
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For a while today I thought this picture, and the miserable weather, kinda summed up the election campaign today. Cold, bleak, empty, and going nowhere.
There was this ugly story.
As Boivin said in good Québécoise... "Plus cheap que ça, tu meurs" Cheaper than that you die. What were the Liberals thinking?
Not that the NDP isn't being cheap too.
With attack ads like this one...
What are they thinking? And why would they make Harper look better than Ignatieff?
And what was Ignatieff thinking by blabbing on about a coalition? And giving the Con freaks more ammunition to demonize it? Oh boy. Sometimes the dumb HURTS.
But then just when I was about to call it a wasted day, and contemplate getting drunk, although I don't really like booze, along came some good news.
The Cons buzzards seem to be losing some feathers, in la Belle Province and beautiful British Columbia.
Stephen Harper will lose seats in Quebec, is dropping support in British Columbia and will likely not form a majority government on May 2, according to a new Nanos Research poll.
Great Ugly Leader is apparently visibly tired, flubbing his speeches, and mixing his metaphors.
So a complete meltdown can't be ruled out eh?
And the BEST news? Somebody found the smoking gun that could put the majority he craves sooooooo much out of its misery.
“Gratzer proposes a workable solution for the biggest public policy problem of the coming generation—our government-controlled health care monopoly,” Mr. Harper said in comments that are quoted on the back cover of the book. “Our health care isn’t just sick, it’s killing people. Canada needs Gratzer’s new prescription.”
Because let there be no doubt, Gratzer's "solution" is a prescription for the death of our medicare system.
And if we use that quote and others against Great Crazed Leader we can defeat his plans to turn our country into Amerika.
If we get out the vote. If we vote smart.
If we stop fighting each other, and remember that this time, for the sake of our wonderfully human medicare system.
For the sake of our beautiful country.
It's ANYTHING but Harper...
Recommend this post at Progressive Bloggers.