Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Thanks Stéphane

For helping sustain a government your party has described as 'right wing', 'Republican', and 'radical'.

For assuming Canadians are too stupid to see through cheesy parliamentary tricks like bogus amendments and cowardly abstentions.

For demonstrating once and for all how little difference there is between the Conservatives and Liberals.

For giving Canadians a clear demonstration of how much value to put on Liberal claims of 'progressiveness.'

For putting the final nail in your leadership's coffin.

Oh, and thanks Elizabeth May, for demonstrating that you believe your most important role and that of the Green Party is unflinching obsequious support for the Liberal Party, not the environment.

10 comments:

Ti-Guy said...

Oooh...Dipper Hiss Alert!

Thanks, Dippers,for being no help whatsoever, as usual.

Tim Webster said...
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Tim Webster said...

I am going to a meeting tonight. Dion's leadership will come up. We will all have to wait longer before we honestly address energy efficiency and honestly pursue our assigned roll of bringing good governance to Afghanistan.

Cliff said...

"Thanks, Dippers,for being no help whatsoever, as usual."

We're here to help ordinary Canadians, not the Liberal Party.

I fully understand that Liberals think that the good of the Liberal Party should be everybody's first priority...

Ti-Guy said...

I fully understand that Liberals think that the good of the Liberal Party should be everybody's first priority...

No. I just think it's funny that, having brought down the last Liberal government and ushering in Rightwing Central, Dippers have a lot of nerve complaining.

Prop up the Harper Government, Dion...Since Dippers believe Liberals are evil incarnate anyway, you have nothing left to lose.

Bwahaha...Liberal/Tory, same old story, Liberal/Tory, same old story...

KC said...

Pfffft! Like we're going to take lessons from flippin dippers on doing what is right.

Both the NDP and Conservative Party helped prop up the Martin government while bleating out of the other side of their mouth about how wrong headed his direction was.

Spare me your sanctimony!

Cliff said...

Right, and the fall of Martin had nothing to do with a billion dollars stolen from a fund to keep the country together.

Rewrite history in your own brain, the rest of us have longer memories.

KC said...

Thank you for proving my point. Not only did the NDP and Conservatives prop up a government that was headed in the wrong direction they also (by your own admission) propped up a government that had "stolen" "a billion dollars.

I repeat... spare me your sanctimony.

Cliff said...

So you think we never should have propped up Martin at all? I'm prepared to entertain the argument.

We got the budget improvements we wanted before the full extent of sponsorship fraud was revealed by Gomery.

The NDP offered Martin a dignified, business like timetable for the disolution of his government that was going down no matter what - remember even combined the Libs and NDP couldn't keep him going with all the Cons and Bloc voting to bring him down. Martin chose the way his government ended.

janfromthebruce said...

"No. I just think it's funny that, having brought down the last Liberal government and ushering in Rightwing Central, Dippers have a lot of nerve complaining."

The myth of the liberals live on. Everybody knows ti-guy that 153 votes against Martin (con, plus bloc, plus 3 independents) is bigger than 151 (libs, plus 1 independent, plus NDP if they had voted with the libs) comes up short for the libs.

So Martin engineered his own defeat, hoping that he could paint the NDP as the bad guys.

We are not all gulible.

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