I can understand why some idiots are mad at how Mr. Harper treats the House of Commons, because they’re stupid, but real Canadians know it only makes sense to treat parliament with contempt.
Mulcair doesn’t like how his questions are answered? Then I guess his folks never taught him to be satisfied with “Because I said so.” So if you look at it that way it’s not about bad government; it all comes down to bad parenting,
To be honest I don’t know why we even bother with all the rigmarole of democracy when we’re at war to protect our freedoms.
Sure, it would be nice to live in a country where we know what our government’s doing all the time, but Iceland’s full, and if we got to pick and choose our rights I’ll go with my right not to have my head sawed clean off.
I dunno, maybe the NDP’s got a lot of members over there doin’ the jihad and they don’t want to ruffle any crazy feathers. I guess we’ll find out once we kill ’em all and their estate donations kick in, won’t we?
Of course I haven’t been a fan of the UN since France joined, but it was good to see the Prime Minister down there giving the climate summit the cold shoulder.
I think a lot of these global warming freaks are really just afraid to break a sweat. There’s no time to talk about the weather when there’s a 100% chance of bombs bursting in the air.
As Iraq wars go, I wouldn’t expect this one to be in the top five, but we should count ourselves lucky to have an Iraq war at all. Plus, if we can just hang in there until Jeb Bush makes president there’s no telling where this thing could end up.
So it’s exciting times for Sun News viewers that’s for sure, and all the better because we won’t have to hear what Justin Trudeau makes of it.