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Steven Harper Tells Non Conservative Voters, “I Do not Represent You And Could Care Less What You Think”


Now if arrogance can be turned into votes on election day, I think that Steven Harper and his strong, stable, majority, conservative government will do just fine in the next federal election. Continue reading

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Can Canadians Remove A Majority Government By Petition?


On Friday March 25, 2011 the Canadian House of Commons found Prime Minister Stephen Harper guilty of contempt of Parliament. According to parliamentary law, contempt of parliament is a federal crime. Being that Harper has been found guilty of a crime Harper is barred from seeking re-election on May 2, 2011. So why is this guy still leading the Conservative party and Canada?
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Reform Canadian Senate Yes / Elect It Never


I think the Canadian senate needs to be reformed, but not to the point where it becomes an elected body as   Prime Minister Harper says it should be.  I think if the Canadian senate was elected it would result in it being a carbon copy … Continue reading

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