19 September 2011

Professional journalism "community"...

...surprised, shocked... indeed, stupified... to discover that Conservatives will not be implementing Jack Layton's last wishes...
stand by for breaking newsHeck... this isn't just about policy... we're talking... gasp... serial murder...

"Things will die. The Wheat Board will be wound down. The long-gun registry will be put out of its misery. Public funding for political parties will be phased into extinction."


6 comments:

Anonymous said...

It's darn well time Harper showed some Conservative blood and stopped appeasing his left wing enemies - time waits for no man. We expect major improvements/changes during the next four years - go Harper.

Anonymous said...

Oh the HORROR!!!!

James said...

Neo,

Love is better than anger. Hope is better than fear. Optimism is better than despair...

...and a majority government is better than all the pious bs that the left can spout.

Time to start ramming our agenda down the throats of the opposition.

Anne in swON said...

Imagine! Many of us went to the polls, cast our ballots and elected a strong, stable, Conservative majority government BECAUSE Mr. Harper said he would do these things. And the media is shocked?

fernstalbert said...

The realignment of the stars, moon and sun will have to wait for a new Messiah - will it be Topp or Mulcair? Cheers.

Neo Conservative said...

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"james says... ramming our agenda"

nah, james... much better to kill 'em with kindness, i think.

farmer bob rifle registry? oh, i think that'll have to go... to make room for more med schools & mri machines.

a hundred million dollars to buy shiny new crackpipes and set up heroin parlours for the oh, so special "sex worker" demographic? no thanks, we'll just have to pass this time around.

special "culturally friendly" meals for the diverse & burgeoning prison community... and special aboriginal prisons? sorry, peace moonbeam... we're gonna go back to "one people, one law".

you watch... couple months from now... jack layton'll be spinnin' in his urn.

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