Thursday, September 24, 2009

School Children Sing Songs of Obama's Glory

Indoctrination? You make the call.

Does Iggy still want to pull the trigger?

Is Iggy still wanting to trigger an election now with the numbers that have been coming out lately?

The latest Ekos has the CPC ahead even yes, in Toronto of all places for goodness sake.

Nanos has PM Harper way ahead in leadership. All the polls in the last couple of weeks have the Conservatives trending up and the Libs either slipping or stagnant.

Iggy and his Liberals must feel like hiding in that enchanted forest where they've been taping their ads.

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Canada Shows Backbone

I must say Canada showed showed some spine today as Foreign Minister Lawrence Cannon and the Canadian delegation walked out of the UN summit when Iranian Dictator, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad got up to speak.

I am a proud of my government today. Kudos PM Harper, Foreign Minister Cannon and the whole Canadian delegation.

Sunday, September 20, 2009

Green Shift II?

Is Michael Ignatieff bringing back the Green Shift plan that so utterly failed as policy platform in last year's election under the then Liberal leader Stephan Dion?

This is what he says in his latest video,
"For nearly four years, Canadians have been told they need to choose between the economy and the environment," he says. "Well, we disagree."
hmmm......... green shift II coming maybe?

Does he think maybe if repackaged, Canadians will buy it? Probably not. We rejected it a year ago. Why would we accept it now?

Canadians have short memories but not that short.

Michael Ignatieff, how dumb do think we are that we would buy into your lofty fluffy ideas of nothingness?
Canadians like meat and potatoes. Until you provide us with some, we aren't buyin' Got that?

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Winds of Change?

Could something be on the changing in the world of Alberta politics?

Just might. With the election of Paul Hinman of Wildrose Alliance Party in Calgary Glenmore Tuesday night, something could very well be a foot.

The PC candidate Diane Colley-Urguhart came in a distant third. It was a big blow to the Stelmach PC government, since that riding has been a PC stronghold since 1971.

Recently though, Albertans have been unhappy with Stelmach government for instance, on the ballooning $7 billion deficit, the changes in the oil and gas royality formula and just a general overall the way they've been spending.

What is interesting from Tuesday night's results is that voters did not choose Liberals. They chose a truly conservative party to represent them in the legislature. That's because Albertans have been in the most part conservative and the government has been leaning more and more left all the time.

Could this be the start of a movement? Let's hope so.

Friday, September 11, 2009

Lest We Forget

Eight years ago today, changed America and the Western World forever. That is why we are in Afghanistan.

God Bless America!

Thursday, September 10, 2009

Our Governor General

You know I am so proud of our Governor General. She has been serving our country very well.
I was kinda skeptical when she was first appointed by former Prime Minister Paul Martin.
At the time because she since had been working at the CBC, I thought she would just be another Liberal hack.
I must admit I was wrong. She has not been in the tank for the Libs. Since her appointment, she has fully supported our troops and the mission in Afghanistan. When in the North earlier in the spring, she was braver than I would ever be. In support of the seal hunt, she showed her support by eating a piece of raw seal heart. (I just wouldn't have had the stomach for that)
Way to go Your Excellency! I fully support you and God Bless you.

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Possible Coalition?

Could there be an attempt at another coupe de ta after next election like there was almost at year ago?

Is that even a possibility? You betcha! Even Don Martin thinks so.

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Liberals Better think Twice

Liberals have indicated they can no longer support the government so they will vote against them from now on. They will bring the Conservative government down at the first opportunity.

Are they going to vote against the Ways and Means motion around Sept. 14? That motion is to make the Home Reno Tax Credit into law and is very popular. Are they going to bring in non-confidence motion a fews weeks later?

Well maybe they should think twice. If the lastest poll is to be believed, the Liberals are losing ground. In the lastest Strategic Counsell poll it puts the Liberals 5 points behind the Tories nationally and in Quebec their numbers are slipping.

Even more they should pay attention to Norman Spector's lastest comments on their prospects in La Belle province. Not good!

They also released their pre-election ads. Fell flat. Will they or won't they?
This poll and the reaction to the ads better give them pause, especially if they hang their hopes on Quebec to get them back into power.

Friday, September 4, 2009

Ignatieff on Home Reno Tax Credit

Try and figure this one out.
Ignatieff said this “We supported the home renovation tax credit before. Our problem is we just don’t support the government any more. But home renovation tax credit is a good measure, and it would continue under a Liberal government." CBC

So the Libs would vote against it even though they support and would introduce it if they would win government?

Doesn't make sense to me, does it to you?

Bad News for Liberals

There was s suprising increase in jobs created in August. 27,000 new jobs in the private sector.

What does that mean? The Conservative stimulus pkg. is working.

It's good news for Canadians. Bad news for Liberals and their supporters.

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Election Now, Why?

The Liberal leader today indicated that his party was no longer going to support the government. So that means we might be forced into an election really nobody except the Liberals want right now.

Why? What is the pressing issue? $300 million spent for what result? Most likely be the same result as we have now. Why jeopardize the ecomonic recovery?

Read the comment section in this CTV article. Seems a majority of commentors are not in favor of what Ignatieff wants put us through.

Take a look at this poll that they are conducting right now. It's not scientific but it's interesting none the less.

Who would you vote for in a possible fall election?
6554 votes
(61 %)
2920 votes
(27 %)
726 votes
(7 %)
605 votes
(6 %)

Total Votes: 10805