Sunday, February 01, 2015

Joe Oliver, Stephen Harper, and the Baloney Cons

As you probably know, I've got a sinking feeling that Oily Joe Oliver is not going to save us from our present economic predicament.

Not when he helped create the oily apocalypse. Not when he doesn't know what he's doing. 

And is not only a bumbling buffoon, but also a ghastly hypocrite. 

Saturday, January 31, 2015

The Terror Laws and the Madness of Stephen Harper

When I saw Stephen Harper delivering his deranged speech on terrorism at a campaign-style event in a Toronto suburb yesterday, at first I almost felt sorry for him.

Because that's not the face of a well man. That's the face of desperate leader cracking up before our eyes. 

But my sympathy didn't last long. Because this is INSANITY.

Friday, January 30, 2015

Stephen Harper and the Whispering Way to War

Golly. What a difference a day makes. On Wednesday Stephen Harper was loudly taunting the opposition.

And all but inviting the terrorists to attack us.

But yesterday he was suddenly more subdued, as if realizing what might happen if they did attack us. And Canadians blamed him.

So he was barely whispering as he met with security officials, and prepared to turn Canada into a police state. 

Stephen Harper: The Not So Great Economist Leader

Well as you know, Stephen Harper is desperately trying to convince us, and our falling loonie, that everything is under control.

And that he is STILL a Great Economist Leader.

But I'm sorry to report failing miserably. 

The Canadian dollar is sinking ever deeper, hitting its lowest in almost six years, amid the ongoing rout in the oil market and increasingly “dovish” central banks.

Because now the poor loonie is the Harper Peso. And we're all a little poorer. 

But then why should we be surprised eh?

When all his claims that he knows what he's doing, are turning out to be FRAUDULENT.

Thursday, January 29, 2015

The Day Stephen Harper Went Off the Deep End

I always knew he was dangerous. And that madness ran in his family.

I knew the first Harper to arrive in Canada had to removed from office for "violent and oppressive measures vindictive beyond all reason."

I knew one of his grandfathers committed suicide, and that he was prone to violent rages, and frightening bouts of depression.

But today Stephen Harper finally went over the deep end.

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Stephen Harper's Disastrous Return to Parliament

As I'm sure you know, Stephen Harper has been under a lot of stress recently. 

The economy is tanking, he blew the surplus before he had one, only the dumb and the crazy believe that he is still a Great Economist Leader.

And that's driving him CRAAAAAAZY.

So when the time came for him to return to Parliament yesterday, his faithful fanatics in the PMO prepared this little Twitter video to cheer him up.

But sadly for him, and them, his day couldn't have been more DISASTROUS.

Dean Del Mastro and the Barbarity of the Cons

Well I'm sure it's just a coincidence that on the day Dean Del Mastro appeared in court for his sentencing hearing. 

And demanded a mistrial. 

Former MP Dean Del Mastro is asking the Ontario Court of Justice to dismiss his Oct. 31 guilty verdicts related to overspending in the 2008 federal election campaign and declare a mistrial.

After having told the judge that her guilty verdict was just a matter of opinion:

The Cons would choose this day to let it be known that they're all for harsh sentences. 

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Stephen Harper and the Scandalous War on Marijuana

Well I'm sure you remember how last fall Stephen Harper and his Cons launched a massive advertising blitz aimed at the parents of teenagers who use marijuana.

Whose exaggerated claims resembled the 1936 movie Reefer Madness.

And had worried parents wondering whether they should consult a brain surgeon or a plumber...

Stephen Harper and the Beat of the Fascist Drum

He couldn't have had a better excuse to miss the return of Parliament, and dodge all those questions about his catastrophic economic record.

For there he was at the funeral of a dead Mountie.

Looking suitable sorrowful, and posing as a Great Crime Busting Leader.

Which like everything he did today was choreographed to the max. 

And accompanied by the distant beat of a fascist drum.

The Totally Unbelievable Transformation of Stephen Harper

Even by the standards of the monstrous Stephen Harper, whose many images reflect the many warring voices in his head, it's an amazing transformation. 

Or mutation.

For nine years he was the Oily Messiah, the maniacal missionary who once told an audience in Britain that developing the oil sands was akin to building the Great Wall of China or the Pyramids.

The Father of Albertonia, and of course, Big Oil's favourite pimp...