Bahh Humbug, Not Another Boring Canadian Election
How do you make a boring, unemotional choir boy look like a sexy, hunky, charismatic statesman and give him a majority government? Find a boring fool that can't see behind those thick rimmed glasses the millions of drivers that swear every time they go to the gas station to fill her up. Persuade this joker that Canadians would love to pay more taxes on fuel as if they're not paying enough, and that will end the dynasty of Quebecers that have charmed this country with their broken English and broken promises for the past decade and a half.
Jean Chretien had to make sure that he was going to be missed, he can't stand competition and he wasn't going to be overshadowed by Ignatieff.
Yes, that's the reason we're gonna get four years of the Canadian Rambo that would've got us big time into Iraq, and who'd like to send more Canadians for Al Qaida's and Taliban's target practise in Afghanistan. I have to admit, though, in spite of his plagiarised speeches, that Stephen Harper sounds very prime ministerial when he talks about why we shouldn't pay more taxes on gasoline. How about nationalising strategic energy resources, Stephen, do you have the guts for that? Of course not.
You mean we're so shallow as an electorate that we'd cast our votes to avoid a few hundred bucks of taxes on gas? You bet. Does anyone remember BC's automobile insurance election and how ICBC came into being?
My only consolation is that the bells may also be ringing for those Liberal impersonators in Victoria, the old Socreds in pantyhose, and their carbon tax. Businesses commercializing environmentalism is bad enough, I just can't stand politicians doing it. Why don't you hypocrites tax oil company profits for a change?