Thursday, December 25, 2014
Has Stephen Harper's Bubble Finally Burst?
After so much bad news, after so many bad polls.
Or ones that defy reason.
The number of Canadians who believe the Conservative government is doing a good job of protecting the environment is inching upward, according to a recent poll – despite the federal government finding itself repeatedly under fire on environmental issues, and Canada remaining on track to fall substantially short of its Copenhagen greenhouse gas emissions reduction targets.
And make you wonder what kind of crazy ignorant country we're living in.
Isn't it good to know that Stephen Harper's bubble may finally have burst?
In our final poll of 2014 the Liberals have rebounded somewhat to open up a small but significant four-point lead. This ensures that the Liberals will complete the year with never once surrendering the lead and in a position which nearly doubles their disastrous outing in 2011. While the Conservatives have drawn into a very competitive position the bounce that they received from the security episodes of the late fall appears to be fading.
As I always predicted it would.
For I thought it was strange that a leader who was apparently on a roll, should look so desperate in those year end interviews...
And I knew that he would not escape his ghastly record.
For it is too horrifying, and the desire for change in this country is too strong.
But who knew the air would start hissing out of Harper's polls, even before his many scandals come back, or crawl back to haunt him?
And can you imagine what's going to happen to his polls after he gets soiled by all of them?
Because it ain't going to be pretty.
He's going to have to wear diapers too eh?
Even as he tries to put the focus back on the terrorist menace.
So he can pose as a Great Strong Leader, in the darkness of his closet...
But nothing will save him, the writing is on the wall.
And the monster and his foul Con regime, are going down.
Or back to the hell where they belong...
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