Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Stephen Harper's Terrifying Justin Trudeau Nightmare

In my last post I ran a video report by CTV's Bob Fife, where he talked about the total demoralization of the Con campaign.

And how the Cons fear that some of their biggest names like Joe Oliver, Chris Alexander, Julian Fantino and others could lose their seats.

And best of all how Stephen Harper is in a foul mood, and snapping at those around him like a rabid hyena.

Because the thought of being beaten by Justin Trudeau is an absolute nightmare.

If you haven't seen it you can watch that video here...

Or better still you can watch this YouTube user's version of that nightmare...

I'll be making my video version of that nightmare soon, because it really is too good to ignore. 

But if you want to know how desperate Harper is, all you need to do is see who he invited to a rally in Toronto today.

Former Toronto mayor Rob Ford and his brother Doug showed their support for Conservative Leader Stephen Harper this morning in Etobicoke, where they attended a Tory campaign event.

And yes, I'll be sure to include this scene in my version of Harper's nightmare...

Because I think it's important to remind people of his abominable judgement.

In case they've forgotten...

But all you need to know for now is that Harper is desperate.

He is suffering horribly.

And just like we removed Ford...

We are going to remove him...

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Unknown said...

Can't wait to see your version of the nightmare video!

Anonymous said...

Stevie certainly has an impressive list of supporters... the Fords, Carson, Netti, the Koch brothers to name a few. With mentors like these its no wonder that Stevie is such an honest,supportive,peace loving progressive leader. Too bad those nasty lefties are going to vote the F....R Out before he has had a chance to earn a Nobel prize for his leadership related to peace, economics, or one of the sciences.

David said...

From Part 3 of The Stephen Harper Non-Answer Generator:

"We have brought in tough laws and we never support the use or purchase of drugs by people in politics or in public positions, such as my fishing buddy, Rob Ford."


Part 2

e.a.f. said...

desperate times call for desperate measures. In a party such as the Cons, with all its criminality, what are a few more criminals going to do. they all must feel very comfortable together.

It just goes to show you, that all those "crime bills" were meant for the rest of Canada, not for the Cons themselves. They're good Christians, don't you know?