Friday, April 29, 2011

Stephen Harper does not believe in one Canada

Harper April 28 2011 - toast
Just in time for the decision on May 2 whether we need Stephen Harper as our prime minister, robopol Harper has advised Canadians to be careful with their choice on election day because the consequences could be dire:

“Get the big decisions wrong and it will take a
generation to dig ourselves out,” he said.

Harper is right – get the big decisions wrong and we could pay the price for generations.

For example, if we somehow ended up with another Harper government, we could have as our prime minister a man who is on record as not caring whether we stay as one united Canada or not.

In his own words, Stephen Harper believes Canada is a second-rate banana republic with fourth-class values, and he does not care whether Canada has one national government or is split up into several nations with several national governments.

How hard will a man who says that fight for Canada?

Forget about the Tories singing O, Canada in provinces other than Quebec but not in Quebec, as Rick Mercer comments.

Forget about Harper's claim that Canada needs a Tory majority because it needs a strong, national and stable government right now.

Forget about those convenient statements and look into this man's heart.

Hat tip to The Maple Three
This is what he is on record as saying about our having one Canada (hat tip to The Maple Three):

Whether Canada ends up as o­ne national government or two national governments or several national governments, or some other kind of arrangement is, quite frankly, secondary in my opinion.

Let's just thank our lucky stars that internal Tory polling now shows that there is almost zero chance of Harper gaining a majority:

Stephen Harper's Conservatives must win 23 more seats in Ontario to achieve their coveted majority, a task that senior party insiders now admit is almost impossible, the Star has learned... “Now Harper dusts up Iggy for a year, but the benefactor of the collapsing Liberal vote is not Harper, it's Jack,” the source said, adding there is currently no “seat matrix that gets Harper to a majority.”

But even a minority government lead by a man who does not care whether we have one or two or more national governments in our Canada, could cause us immense harm.

Let's all vote on May 2 so as to Toss-out-a-Tory and ensure we get a different government come May 3.

Let's give the man who doesn't care about One Canada a pink slip, so that he can take a hike come May 3.

Canada cannot afford to have a defeatist as our prime minister.

O, Canada, we stand on guard for thee!

The Real Ballot Question on May 2

Harper chicken and the Press

Majority voters cold shoulder Harper
Harper - Carson: Lest we forget
Harper Scandals - Lest we forget

4 comments :

  1. Completely agree! Fresh start for us, but the CONs must answer for their contempt of the Canadian political system and the people.

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  2. The whole "we can't get a majority" is a ploy to keep voters at home. Fact is, strategic voting is the only way to ensure harper does not get a majority.

    And it must be noted that Harper just doesn't get it. Canadians want a cooperative minority government because they don't trust anyone with the keys to the country. They expect cooperation. NOt attack ads, not fear mongering, not blacked out documents and refusals to supply information they have, not massive delays in access to information. Canadians want cooperation between the parties, not a bull headed idealogue. Harper never even invited iggy to talk about the budget, though he did talk about it with layton.

    Its haroers way or the highway. Strategically vote and show him the answer.

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  3. The Liberal party has been rejected by Canadians.

    They are near single digit support in most of the West and off the island in Quebec.

    The fallacy that the Libs are a strong national party has been stripped away.

    Are your opponents perfect? Not by a long shot but they are not delusional about their status.

    Rename the Liberal party the Bloc Torontois.

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  4. No ... Stephen Harper does not believe in you.

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