PM riddled with hypocrisies

None of us should be surprised Stephen Harper is at it again: calling the kettle.

None of us should be surprised Stephen Harper is at it again: calling the kettle.

Smearing the NDP for having members who where are past members of Bloc despite having former separatist in his cabinet.

Not unlike his fear mongering in the last election that a reckless coalition would take over when he tried to lead a coalition of his own with the Bloc and NDP to replace Paul Martin’s minority Liberal government.

His hypocrisy of blaming the opposition parties for forcing an expensive election no one wanted, though I believe he wanted one to get a majority after he passed a budget he knew the opposition parties could not support. It’s like a page out of 1974 when Pierre Trudeau engineered his defeat doing the same thing.

He called the liberals and NDP “a reckless spend thrift coalition” in spite of his reckless multi-billion dollar bailouts to the corporate welfare bums of banks, auto industry and other companies without guaranteeing one Canadian job saved.

It is “do as I say not as I do” on Parliament Hill for our corporate and UN puppet Harper licks the president’s boots any chance he gets, following the other UN puppet Barak Obama into war against Libya. Oops can’t say “war” gotta call it peaceful kinetic action or “humanitarian intervention.” To bad the UN did not launch such kinetic action for the poor souls in Darfur.

Harper is entitled to not work with the other parties, or to appoint candidates defeated by the public to the Senate, despite once running with a party that campaigned on an elected Senate.

He is entitled to impose martial law on Toronto while sending our armed forces to fight martial law in Libya: wake up and smell the oil. Look up hypocrite in your dictionary and you’ll likely see Harper’s picture.

Andre Mollon




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