19 August 2008

Have you ever noticed...

...that, down at the Globe... scary, hidden Stephen Harper never simply "responds"...
"A bit hypocritical?!"

Holy crap... that's gonna leave a mark!

And when he's not "lashing"... he's "ratcheting."

"The next election has not been scheduled until October of 2009 and, who knows, Mr. Dion may wish to wait longer than that," Mr. Harper said.
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FROM THE COMMENTS:
"By way of contrast, Mr. Chretien’s ideal China policy sounds a lot like it’s made in China. (Not surprisingly, Mr. Chretien supports full engagement with no strings attached, since he is now a consultant for business clients who are heavily invested in China.)"
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12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yeah Neo,just read that tripe..but what's missing from the whole load of crap,is where PMSH made the comment,and the funding announcement for the Heart Institute.Biased??? Not a bit!
BTW,for your 'asinine' criminals column,check out the Mississauga News for article on man threatning to kill kids and workers at Tiny Teasures Day Care in Miss.

Anonymous said...

Why would Cretin come out against Harper on this? Everytime his name is mentioned it reminds people of the money stolen from Canadian taxpayers via the liberal adscam. He is not doing dainty Dion and the liberal party any favours, that is for sure.

What does Cretin get out of this? Does Cretin have business dealings in China. Something that perhaps should be investigated.

Neo Conservative said...

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"honey pot asks... Does Cretin have business dealings in China?"

you're joking, right?

"Jean Chretien's ties to China have become more indirect, but no less troubling, since his ascendancy to the Prime Minister's Office."

"During the course of his reign, China's leadership has embraced his son-in-law, Andre Desmarais, and his company, Power Corporation. Andre is the son of Paul Desmarais senior, Director of Power Corporation and a close friend of Jean Chretien."

"Andre is married to Chretien's daughter France and serves as the President of Power Corporation's Executive Board."


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Anonymous said...

I was joking.

So cretin is putting his business interest before the well-being of the crippled liberal party.

That got to piss them off. Cretin knows the liberal party are toast anyway, but to help it along for personal gain, is just sooooooo deliciously dirty. Hahahahahahahahahhaha

Anonymous said...

hatey pot projects wildly, thinking that if she keeps repeating her big lie, somehow it will be believed.

The Big Lie worked for a time for the Nazis, but the Big Lies here won't work for the neo nazis.

Hahahahahaha!

Neo Conservative said...

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the politically and financially incestuous fiberals are all in each others pockets... john rae, for example, was a leading strategist for chretien's election campaign. oh yeah... he was also executive vice-president of power corp. and paul desmarais' right-hand man.

his brother is, wait for it... bob rae, ex-ndp premier and current fiberal party leader wannabe.

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Neo Conservative said...

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"anonymous spews... the Big Lies here won't work for the neo nazis."

you're making holocaust jokes? you actually think that's funny?

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Thucydides said...

It was OK for Jean Chretien to snub Olympics held in Liberal Democratic states (and I mean Liberal in its correct form; freedom of expression, property rights and Rule of Law), but not OK for Canada to snub an authoritarian dictatorship....

Pretty much lays out his vision and his legacy for all to see.

Neo Conservative said...

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"thucydides says... Pretty much lays out his vision and his legacy for all to see."

and here's the icing on that cake.

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Anonymous said...

Mercy! did you see that annoy?

All over the news now, how cretin is ok with the human rights abuses of the Chinese people by its government, as long as he is making a buck off it.

Yeppers, while cretin is rolling in his chop suey, with his eyes closed, people in China are being shot for speaking up against their government.

"By way of contrast, Mr. Chretien’s ideal China policy sounds a lot like it’s made in China. (Not surprisingly, Mr. Chretien supports full engagement with no strings attached, since he is now a consultant for business clients who are heavily invested in China.)

First and foremost, he says, it is important for Canada to know its place. It cannot presume to tell a behemoth of 1.3 billion people how to treat its citizens. Symbolic boycotts and hectoring over human rights is pointless."-

http://thechronicleherald.ca/Editorial/1074106.html

Anonymous said...

'What does Cretin get out of this? Does Cretin have business dealings in China.'

Yes, it is called Kyoto and I can imagine the trouble he is having, trying to explain to those waiting for the billion$ from Canada that his and Mo Strong's well thought out plan has hit a snag. He has to come out and b*tch about the Conservatives as they are the reason there has not been a massive $$$$$ transfer to assist with the coal plant construction.

Neo Conservative said...

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forget about parliament... teflon jean has spoken...

"Mr. Kenney noted that Parliament unanimously voted to make the Dalai Lama an honorary citizen, and said it is disturbing to think that Canada would let a foreign power dictate whom it should honour."

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