Mar 13 2007

Stephen Harper’s brain taken over by Liberal mind-control scientists

The Conservative government is so panicked it’s copying Liberal ideas and policies, according to Liberal leader Stephane Dion.

Wait a minute – Liberals are accusing the governing party of co-opting the more reasonable platform planks of the opposition to make Canadians happy and help the country run better, without regard to blind partisan politics… and this is a bad thing?

It is the duty of the opposition to oppose. But the party that is actually running the country has a duty to consider ideas from Canadians of all political stripes when forming policy and legislation. That isn’t a political ploy – that’s democracy in action.

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4 Responses to “Stephen Harper’s brain taken over by Liberal mind-control scientists”

  1. on 13 Mar 2007 at 11:32 am

    It’s kinda odd. When Harper decides to stay on principle on some issues he’s deemed a bully or mean-spirited or what-not. When he tries to compromise with the opposition parties, he’s now copying them and ‘panicked’.

  2. on 13 Mar 2007 at 12:23 pm

    Just have to laugh at the indignation and cries of “dats not fair” coming from the Libs.

    All those years when the Tory policiy would miraculously appear as Liberal policy (never implemented because that is – after all – the Liberal way)

    Not so much fun when the shoe is on the other foot huh guys.

  3. on 13 Mar 2007 at 1:45 pm

    Having forgotten what democracy actually looks like, of course the dictorial Liberlas will complain.

  4. on 13 Mar 2007 at 3:53 pm

    Some years ago a young Alliance MP from Calgary, Stephen Harper, tabled a Private member’s bill to “clarify” the questions around the Quebec separation issue.

    The ruling Liberals, under Jean Chretien, demonized the bill and the young MP and it did not even survive first reading.

    Soon after PM Chretien called up a separtist expert on Marxism who was teaching Sociology at a MOntreal University, A Mr. Stephane Dion.

    Jean made this professor an amazing offer. He offered him to be an unelected Cabinet Minister with the role of being the public face of “Unity Minister” for Quebec, a ministry which also had a secret slush fund which ultimately became AdScam.

    The first important duty for the unelected Mr. Dion was to take young Stephen Harper’s failed private member’s bill , plagiarize it and rename it as “The Clarity Bill” and present it for swift passage in government.

    Since Mr. Dion was unelected he could not even present or debate for his “own” bill in the house so his lack of personal knowledge about this bill was never revealed to the public.

    Today, this same Mr. Dion who eventually got elected because he was “the father of the Clarity Bill” now must face the same Stephan Harper he plagiarized his only so called “success” from.

    The good professor now accuses Mr. Harper of “stealing” his ideas???

    I sense a good sitcom here. It is laughable if it was not so very sad.

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