Thursday, December 4, 2008

Political Crisis in Canada - Part 3 (of 3)

Humiliating Harper Once More!

I can't pass these type of opportunities. I swear, this is the last political post for a while! I'd hate to make this a political Blog so I'll stop after these two points.

First and foremost, I edited the last two posts. Something that was just made officially clear, asside from the lies from Harper in an attempt to alter the public perception of the coalition, the coalition is not composed of the three opposition parties, just the two most important. The coalition is officially just composed of the Liberals and NDP, but with the support of the Bloc Québécois... that is all. There's no reason for Harper to continue calling to coalition a "seperatist" party except it do what he does best - decieve.

Now, this is what you wanted to see.
“Yesterday, as part of the culmination of the machinations of the leader of the NDP, we had these three parties together, forming this agreement, signing a document and they wouldn’t even have the Canadian flag behind them.

[...] They had to be photographed without it because a member of their coalition does not even believe in the country.”
---Stephen Harper, PM on December 2, 2008

Harper was technically right. There wasn’t a Canadian flag in the background — there were two.

Photo from the Canadian Press