Archive for the 'Stephane Dion' Category

19
Sep
08

It’s all Gerard Kennedy’s fault

Stephane Dion is making promises of spending billions of dollars if he is elected Prime Minister.  The problem is that those dreams are so unrealistic right now.  The “team’s” goals now should be to avoid losing most of their seats.  Dion’s problems in the polls and with his leadership are not actually all his fault.  I blame Gerard Kennedy.  Back at the Liberal leadership race, Kennedy threw his support behind Dion and his followers followed.  Dion should not have been the leader of the party.  Kennedy will get his socks knocked off when he loses against NDP Peggy Nash in High Park-Parkdale.  The next leader of the Liberal party should be Michael Ignatieff

30
Mar
08

Quebeckers say they want Celine Dion not Stephane Dion!

Support for the Liberal Party is way down in La Belle Province!  In some areas, they are tied with or less popular than the NDP, which traditionally in Quebec, is a bit player.

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30
Mar
08

Bob Rae sits on the bench…

Bob Rae, who recently won a riding in Toronto for the Liberal party, will be sitting in the front bench as Stephane Dion reshuffles his seating arrangement at the latest Liberal Party Tea Party.

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14
Mar
08

Harper sues the Liberals, perezhilton.com and Other Blogs

Stephen Harper is suing the Liberals over the Cadman scandal, to the tune of $2.5 million, CDN of course.  This entire fiasco is an act of juvenile machismo and only goes to show exactly how ineffective and useless this current government is.  Who’s next? The WordPress blogs? Perez Hilton? The Conservative government needs to be booted and sent to the curb.  If only Stephane Dion could grow a pair of balls, or borrow Michael Ignatieff’s.

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08
Mar
08

Iggy could have been ours!!!!!!!!!!

Watching and blogging about the recent American Republican and Democratic primaries has made me realize that if the same process of leader selection was done in Canada, the political landscape would be quite different.  Stephane Dion would have never been the leader of the Liberal Party of Canada.  This has nothing to do with either his inability to do the job or his Quebec heritage.  It has to do with likability and popularity, plain and simple.  When he was selected, no one, except for those avidly active in politics, knew who he was.  Michael Ignatieff, on the other hand, was wildly popular, well known and respected.  Although as Canadians we often look down on American politics, this is certainly a superior situation where leaders are selected democratically and not by a small group of people that certainly don’t represent the average citizen.  Iggy could have been ours!!!!!!!!!!!!

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08
Mar
08

John Baird is very Beary

Canadian Minister of the Environment, John Baird, thinks that a recent green bill proposed is the end all and be all of environmental sustainability. The undying leftys in parliament, known as the NDP, have tabled a motion to take down the government because it isn’t setting the environment as a priority. Of course, Stephane Dion and the Liberal Party don’t want an election because of their lack of charismatic leadership. However, Stephen Harper has maintained that John Baird will continue to escort the First Lady, Laureen Harper, to all public function. Harper isn’t acting like the usual right wing insecure jealous husband because Baird is a big, lovable Bear.

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