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December 6, 2008

Harper’s Christmas Gift – Campaign of Hate

Filed under: Canada,Politics — cyberwanderer @ 7:15 pm
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Thanks to Harper’s prolonging his self created crisis, we would have to endure about 2 months of hate filled campaign. Coalition supporters are now being called traitors, unpatriotic (where did I hear that before? oh yeah Bush land), and guess what,  Communist! (h/t Red Tory). This is reminiscent of old xenophobic witch hunting U.S.A.

What a Christmas present from Harper the Grinch. Divide and Conquer.

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5 Comments »

  1. Harper’s gift is HATE.

    And through hate and fear Harper hopes to be our great all powerfull leader. Harper is a radical conservative and helplessly cannot resist fascism and the unlimited power it would give him.

    Comment by Tim — December 6, 2008 @ 11:57 pm | Reply

  2. I can’t believe your hypocrisy! Geeze, what about the HATE directed toward Harper for the last 5 years? You can’t deny it. The opposition parties have now run THREE ELECTION CAMPAIGNS based on HATRED against Harper, complete with ad hominem personal attacks. I’ve never once seen Harper stoop to your level, I challenge you to produce a single quotation demonstrating the same kind of hatred the coalition spews each and every date.

    Comment by zoop — December 7, 2008 @ 1:31 pm | Reply

  3. Are you in denial? What about “Terrorist sympathizers”, “Extremist” for a start. And can you state exactly what hatred campaign the opposition ran against Harper? Don’t confuse statement of facts with Harper’s campaign of stereotype, division and hatred.

    Speaking of hypocrisy, from the University of Harpercrisy, violate democratic law, by holding onto power against the will of the majority of elected MP in Parliament, and turn around and accuse the victim of being undemocratic. That is the quintessential Harper’s hypocrisy right there. I see that you’ve learned from the master.

    Comment by cyberwanderer — December 7, 2008 @ 1:54 pm | Reply

  4. Well, what about “terrorist sympathizers” and “extremist”? When did Harper ever say that? All I hear is fake indignation from Liberals as they play victim and twist Harper’s words to justify their antics. The Liberals tell the same lie over and over again and eventually more people believe it, but it still doesn’t become true. How about some proof?

    Harper isn’t ‘violating democratic law’, whatever that means. The coalition is constitutional, but not democratic. It should be both and offer more stability for the Governor General hand over power instead of calling an election. The GG’s decision to prorogue was constitutional, you just don’t agree with her. Just like it will be constitutional when she calls an election if Ignatieff is stupid enough to defeat the government in January.

    Comment by zoop — December 8, 2008 @ 8:35 pm | Reply

  5. Just search “harper smear” on google. Or search youtube for videos of Harper’s men accusing Liberal MP of being “extremist”. Even Bush does not accuse his critics of being Terrorist. Twisting people’s word and fake indignation is Harper’s specialty. You are applying the Harpercricy tactic again. Accuse your critic of what you yourself is guilty of.

    How is the voice of majority of elected MP in parliament undemocratic?

    I can keep going on and on and show you proof after proof but unless you take your blinder off, you would just deny any wrong doing by Harper.

    Comment by cyberwanderer — December 8, 2008 @ 10:49 pm | Reply


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