Hey Liberals, look at that attitude. Look at that stance. We need more of that NOW.
Trudeau loved Canada. Harper wants to destroy it.
Trudeau inspired the world. The world recoils from Harper.
Trudeau engaged the press. Harper runs from it.
Trudeau embraced change. Harper wants to send us back . . . → Read More: Why Stephen Harper hates Pierre Trudeau
Well boys ‘n’ girls, the latest political happenings in Mount-Royal could definitely go in the Harpercons flare for the unprecedented files. It appears that the good constituents in the riding of Mount-Royal have been robo-called, being asked if they would support the Harpercons in the upcoming by-election. There’s a tiny snag, though; there . . . → Read More: Looks Like The Harpercon Saulie Zajdel Camp May Be Pushing Irwin Cotler Out The Door Prematurely
I’m late with everything these days. Between health issues and apartment hunting, plus struggling going back to work and just plain battle fatigue makes for that kind of recipe.
I wanted to commemorate the anniversaries of the October crisis, PM Trudeau’s invoking of the War Measure’s Act and murder of Pierre Laporte, by . . . → Read More: The October Crisis and the Destruction of the “Canayen” Culture.
Premier Dalton McGuinty doesn’t have the balls for much else though (we could go way back to when he caved in to the demands of religious wingnuts like Chuckles McVety).
Oh and he draws a comparison to Nixon’s “silent majority” (those that didn’t actively protest the Vietnam war) in addition to comparing himself . . . → Read More: Dalton McGuinty Has The Balls To Compare Himself To Trudeau
I’m going to start, from time to time, post questions which I will encourage anyone to answer in the comments section.
Up until now, I had heard the musings and ramblings of the potential for yet, another Harpercon minority as the result of another federal election; that the upcoming election would be basically . . . → Read More: Would Another Harpercon Minority Throw Steve Out of Office? Tom Flanagan Throws in Two Cents Regarding His Former Protege
Well, so rare have we seen a politician think of the good of his party before his own interests, not to mention, expediting the inevitable. Gordon Brown had his faults as PM, but in the end does the right thing for Labour; resigning to that they can have a chance at forming the . . . → Read More: Iggy and Rae Should Perhaps Take a Cue From Gordon Brown–Perhaps Time for The Ol’ Boys Club To Groom a Youngster
A very famous Canadian politician (I don’t want to use this name because that would sound like bragging) once told me he never more than glanced at the news media. (Okay. It was Pierre Trudeau.)
I thought it was because he didn’t trust them. And that would be reasonable because the news media . . . → Read More: Singapore 1941: What it tells Us about Afghanistan, 2010