Your fiscally conservative government at work

Didn’t see this coming, no sirree.
Damian P.

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3 thoughts on “Your fiscally conservative government at work

  1. Didn’t you hear about Harper’s definition of “conservativism” at the Manning Centre networking event last week? In giving himself three Fs – “Freedom, Family and Faith” – he apparently made it clear that a fourth “F” – Fiscal responsibility – is not a critical part of how he defines conservativism.
    As though we needed a speech from him to figure that one out!

  2. Inquiring minds want to know!
    Do you believe everything the banks tell you?
    Are bankers our society’s highest and most trusted human being?
    Could their be political and financial motivations in the “facts” they provide?
    Is the feel of “free” money given to any kind of “corporation” in one form or another for the political effort they created to discredit the existing government more satisfying to ones lust for money and power?
    Do all toronto bankers know each other as friends and neighbors?
    Is a high ranking gliberal a toronto banker?
    Are all toronto media celebrities the same, despite their so called political affiliation?
    Is it honest to take a third party’s “ prediction” and amp it up as loud as they can so as to make it seem as though it’s a verifiable fact?
    Thanks in advance,
    Blame Crash
    PS: maybe you can get Spare Coyne to spare a bit of his time to help answer some of these questions.

  3. Yeah, I never would have guessed Don Drummond would have something negative to say about the conservative party. /sarc

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