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Wednesday, April 23, 2008

"Just because Anders says it doesn't make it wrong"

Rob Breakenridge says what I've been thinking in the Calgary Herald.  I continue to be amazed that the Liberal Party continues to push the "engagement" nonsense, thus ensuring Dippers and Blocquisites have enough reason to stay clear of any future "stop Harper" plans.

Posted by D.J. McGuire on April 23, 2008 in Canadian Politics, International Affairs, Media | Permalink


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By all means, CONs, keep every idiot and incompetent right where they are. Don't fire anyone - not Anders, Bernier, Geurgis, Sparrow, Findley, Hanger, Flanagan, Lukiwski, etc. - no matter how much they damage your chance at the precioussss majority.

It's not like you CONs have a chance at one anymore anyway; you screwed yourself the moment you decided to rope your party into election fraud.

Posted by: joe bleau | 2008-04-23 11:48:15 AM

No, Joe. They did that when they stopped being conservatives. The idea is not to take a little arsenic in your healthy stew but to complement your healthy stew with a good salad. Read Andrew Coynes latest article in MacLeans magazine.

Posted by: DML | 2008-04-23 8:10:30 PM

LOL! CONservatives are the party of fruitcakes and nuts and 12 year old types like Rob Anders, wanker at large! LOL! Bye bye majority! Bye bye Harper! Canadians are onto these crooks!

Posted by: ROGER | 2008-04-24 12:38:37 AM

DML - saw Coyne's article - he was bang on, albeit with his own fiscalCon twist.

Yeah - it's really appalling to see the sort of nonsense Conservatives are willing to put up with these days, now the the CONs have decided to worship Mulroney again.

At least during the Reform days they had principles. Now they just sit and whine when they get called on their flipflops and crimes.

Posted by: joe bleau | 2008-04-24 4:33:31 AM

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