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Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Liberals Media Control

I am fascinated by the spin the Liberal Party can put on anything. There were 4 byelections held on Monday, of which 3 were in urban centres, which features most of our left wingers wet dreams for voters. Really the worst of the worst. They think they are intellectuals because they want to help everybody, and yet these so called "Big" thinkers reward dismal performances any time they have a chance.

Anyways the Liberals owned all 4 seats, and only won 3 back and were nearly beat in Vancouver Centre and they call this a victory? I mean I don't make up this shit. It was a victory to win 3 of your 4 seats back. LOL. I mean I heard Martha Hall Findlay say this was a message from Canadians that they don't like Harper. What the hell? Let me gets this right, the Liberals owned 4 seats before the byelections. They now own 3. The Conservatives actually got more votes then before, and the message was the Conservatives are failing. Am I missing something?

Well considering this comes from a party that has annoited Bob Rae the birghtest man in there party I should not be surprised. Maybe someone should look at Ontario from 1990 to 1994 and what happened to this province under the so called genius of Bob Rae and explain why any party would even consider this asshole a genuine candidate. That is until I forgot that Canadians reward people who underperform. I mean am I a fuckin moron or does anyone remember Rae Days, social contract, 90's depression in Ontario. Or all Ontarioans for the most part idiots?
Can someone please explain why Bob Rae should be considered for anything other then a janitor? Seriously please explain, I am in need of some enlightening.


Blogger Betsy said...

Bill, Bill, Bill....I won't venture to answer your question on whether you are a ****ing moron.
I will comment on your question about why the Liberals may look to Bob Rae as the "brighest" (not the birghtest, as you suggest) man in their (not there) party.
Perhaps because the man is a Rhodes Scholar? Perhaps because his party went from protest to power in the blink of an eye during one of the worst recessions?
The social contract. For the life of me I can't see what is wrong with asking the people who are doing okay to help those less fortunate. Rae days. Many employers were able to get past this and not force their employees to take unpaid days off. Many employers chose not to. Why? You tell me.
My employer offered voluntary Rae days for those who felt they could afford it. As a result those who could not afford it did not have to take them.
Guess what Bill. I was one of those employees who took the days voluntarily. Things were good for me then. I only hope that if something like this were to happen again, someone in a better situation than I would step up the the plate. It's called a social conscience.
You may call me naive. But at least I can look at myself in the mirror at night.
Don't think for a second that I think the Rae government did everything right. What government does?
But this I will can we not be thankful for parties of protest? Without it, would we have universal healthcare.
Ah, don't get me going Bill.....

6:27 PM  
Anonymous Grokodile said...

How come it is so hard for both sides to recognize the values of the other. The damned demonizing has gotten way out of control.

Caring about non-financial issues is not evil, loony, or anything else. Caring about financial issues is also not evil, loony, or anything else.

Look for something known as balance... or am I asking too much?

9:46 PM  

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