Tuesday, March 31, 2015
It couldn't have been a more deeply disturbing sight. A pumped up Stephen Harper soaking up the applause of his wildly clapping and cheering Cons.
With a weird smile on his face.
Even as he prepared to vote to send our troops into a bigger and more dangerous war.
The only thing more disturbing than having an incompetent Cold War chickenhawk like Jason Kenney posing as a Defence Minister, and lying like a thief. Over and over again.
Is having Canada's top general, running behind him with a shovel.
To scoop up his manure, or as David Pugliese writes, dig him out of a bomb crater of his own making.
Monday, March 30, 2015
On CTV's Question Period yesterday Craig Oliver reminded viewers of Theodore Roosevelt's famous quote: "Speak softly and carry a big stick."
And he said Stephen Harper's views on military power, and his new war in Syria, are exactly the opposite: "Speak loudly and carry a twig."
But goodness knows Harper is desperate, and he can't wait to wave it.
Well surprise, surprise, it was a false flag after all.
The other day it looked like Stephen Harper had surrendered to reason, by finally agreeing to change his police state bill C-51.
Even though him and his Cons had claimed, or squawked for weeks, that it was perfect and if you didn't like it you must be a terrorist.
But now the experts have taken a closer look at those proposed changes, and sure enough they are just an illusion.
Sunday, March 29, 2015
I was thinking today about Mike Duffy's trial, which is now only nine days away, and how it may last at least two months, because of all the evidence the Crown has collected.
And all the PMO witnesses they are going to have to grill.
And it gave me a really warm feeling. Until I had a horrible thought.
With all the evidence and the witnesses the Crimes Against Canada Tribunal could call upon at Stephen Harper's trial, it could go on for YEARS.
And we might have to wait forever for the Day of Justice.
As you probably know, I believe that one of the most important things progressives must do is reach out to young Canadians and encourage them to vote.
Not just because if they did vote in greater numbers we could crush the ghastly Cons who are destroying our country and torching their future.
But also because they could help build a better Canada.
Saturday, March 28, 2015
I can only imagine the state Stephen Harper must be in this weekend. Because it can't be pretty.
Not after being he was forced to promise changes to his anti-terrorist bill. The one he claimed, so long and so loudly, didn't need to be changed.
And not after the evidence keeps growing that his war and fear campaign just isn't working.
Friday, March 27, 2015
For weeks Stephen Harper and his Cons have been insisting that their dangerous anti-terrorism bill C-51 is perfect and doesn't need any changes.
And ridiculing anyone who suggested otherwise.
But now it seems they are feeling the heat, and are prepared to make some changes.
The brutish Con message has been there from the very beginning, but it just got even more disturbing.
Because there is nothing Stephen Harper will not do or say to try to win another majority.
So if you don't support Bill C-51, his plan to turn us into a police state, you must be with the terrorists.
And if you don't support our Glorious War in Iraq AND Syria, and counting.
You're not a Canadian !!!
Well let nobody say that I didn't warn them. I predicted that Jason Kenney would be the worst Defence Minister this country has ever known.
A Cold War warrior, a chubby chicken hawk, who would lead us to disaster.
Or judging by the crazy stuff he tweets...
Help trigger the Third World War.
I knew he didn't know what he was doing. But who knew he would lie all the time?