Tag Archives: Member of Parliament

Jason Kenney Says, “Wait In Refugee Camps or Else”!


Finally someone in the Conservative Government of Canada has spoken up and said why all Tamil refugees are to be treated as criminals and that this government has no intention of welcoming them with open arms or making it easy for … Continue reading

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Tony Clement Why? Tony, Tony, Tony Tsk Tsk Tsk!


    Tony Clement looking as confused as ever Tony Clement,  you sly dog you. I would never have guessed that Tony had it in him. The man tried to eat the whole hog. It is not hard to get … Continue reading

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Words that Go Unheard / Asking Jack Layton For A Favor


    I wrote to Mr. Layton today and asked him to do me a favor. I will let you know if he does it later on. Dear Mr. Layton, my name is Arche Mdis and I wrote to some time … Continue reading

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Words That Go Unheard / Letter To Prime Minister Harper


    Mr. Harper my name is Arche Mdis and I am from Montreal Quebec. I was a little concerned writing this letter because bad things keep happening to people who disagree with you publicly and do not support you blindly.  I … Continue reading

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Words That Go Unheard / Letter to Jack Layton


Mr. Layton,  My name is Arche Mdis and I live in Montreal Quebec and I have some issues pertaining to the role you have chosen for you and your party to play in parliament. You have decided to keep your … Continue reading

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Is It Just Tough Love The Conservatives Are Giving Less Fortunate Canadians?


Never concern yourself with what this conservative government says to your face; it is what is said behind your back that determines what they will take away from you next. What is wrong with the conservatives? Was every one of … Continue reading

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