Saturday, November 29, 2008

On proroguing Parliament

If it weren't for the delaying impact on the needed stimulus, I would welcome seeing Harper do this. It would be a fitting ending to his cowardly unwillingness to face the music.

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Socially Active said...

Harper is playing dirty politics and refusing the address the economic needs of Canada.

It is the responsibility of the progressive parties to bind together and help Canadians' make it through this very difficult economic time. Failing to take immediate action may plunge Canada into a much deeper recession than necessary, much like what happened in the during the Great Depression when the US did not act in a timely matter. And the lose of productive jobs cascaded into a massive lose in economic efficiency.

Harper this is NOT a Game. You can stop playing political chess now and come back to the real world.

"Had he governed with a quiet dignity and a humble sentiment, he could have been a decent prime minister. But he had chosen personal power over the welfare of Canada, and is now going to suffer for it."

Beijing York said...

Pierre Poilievre just made a total ass of himself on CBC Newsworld. The desperate conservatives have released "news" regarding an NDP caucus meeting that they were invited to listen in on. Oh the scandal? That the Bloc (or should I say SEPARATISTS) and NDP have been conducting "secret shady meetings"to reverse the election results in their quest for a MASSIVE power grab.

I sure hope it was caught on YouTube because it is so over the top you can't help but laugh. What a weasel.