This 88 year old Canadian had No trouble speaking her mind during the last election when Harper was "promising" to help Seniors. She saw right through it.
I weigh in at CBC on line ~ Question of the day ~ Will this affect you?
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Not only is it generally impossible to get any face time with those so-called Conservatives in his caucus, but what would be the point? They do not answer questions. They do not offer solutions. I don't think they have any answers. They do not represent a solution. They are no braver than Mr. Harper.
He has yet again, successfully kicked the can down the road a ways. He has for now, just by being his usual slippery self, managed to put off the looming questions over such huge issues as First Nations; education, property rights, mineral rights, health care, drinking water, housing, etc. etc. etc.
For reasons that simply do not add up, they have given him yet another day-pass and allowed him to run well actually to fly away in opulent luxury to the 2012 World Economic Forum in Davos Switzerland where he spoke yesterday. He should be held responsible for his sinking of the Kelowna Accord and his complete snow job on the Attawapiskat crisis.
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AT DAVOS he spoke briefly about how he has been Canada's saviour and how he represents Canada's strength. He literally lectured the rest of the world on how they should have done what Canada has done to stave off the current deep downturn in the economy.
Once again though he failed to give the credit to those who deserve it. He is not the reason for canada's relative stability. He inherited it from the Liberals and had it been up to him, none of the safeguards that are in play in our banking system would still be in place. In My opinion, he is a fraud as an economist, and he is a fraud as a leader. And that my friends is an opinion that is becoming more widely held. It is about time.
this Petition is to be presented
in the next session of Parliament
which opens Monday, Jan, 30th, 2012.
For more information on Harper's habit of hiding, see my previous blog, further down this page.