Posts Tagged ‘ndp’

Conservativism looks like Socialism…………. you heard me.

April 28, 2011

Conservatives, I am with you. Canada needs a smaller, more efficient government or we’ll all end up as wage slaves to income tax. Socialism centralizes control bringing corruption and tyranny. People dining at the public buffet grow lethargic from lack of incentives and rewards. Psychology has taught us the larger the group of people working together, the less effort each individual will give. Socialism is inefficient because you’ve got everyone pulling the same rope; none of them caring to try. (more…)

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Coalition, Fear Politicians Working Together!

April 23, 2011

Canadian politicians are very predictable. Campaign time, the leaders tell us to fear the potential coalition of party’s that could form among their opponents. Following suit, those opposition leaders will deny any interest whatsoever in coalescing. So to recap: The PM tells us to fear politicians working together, and the politicians he is referring to swear they will not work together. All the leaders have promised not to work together with any of the other leaders. Excellent. Our government is about as cohesive as a preschool soccer team, except they can’t even wear the same coloured shirts!


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Jack Layton for Prime Minister of Canada

December 1, 2008

Conservatives are reading that heading and saying “dear god not this rubbish again”

If the liberals and NDP do form a coalition, they had better be very careful who they select as PM. (more…)

“Grassroots”

November 29, 2008

Another term falling victim to language manipulation in the interest of political gain. Examine the metaphor. Many roots of blades of grass growing together upward, becoming a lawn (more…)

Election details here

September 19, 2008

The conservatives left me a flyer today, ive got to clean off the “no conservative flyers” sign. . . ..They’ve put 6 bullet points on the paper. first 2: ‘Fair tax’ and ‘Safe streets’. Vague, but positive points i guess. 3) ‘Respect for troops’- who the (more…)