“The press leans Liberal which explains why it’s only since the Conservatives have had a majority in the Senate that they’ve become obsessed with it.”
It’s all fun and games until someone loses their taxpayer funded entitlements. The vitriol we’re witnessing in this election isn’t about Duffy, missing and murdered aboriginal women, muzzled scientists and Canada going from 2.5 million protected lakes and rivers to 159. Those are all red herrings. The madness we’re witnessing is all about public servants and CBC executives losing their entitlements. This is what has turned these ‘loving’ creatures on the left into invective-spewing demons.
If you don’t believe it, try to engage them in serious policy discussions taking the conservative position. They won’t offer a rational alternative and the discussion will only result in more over-the-top rhetoric which they’ll then aim at you instead of Harper. Fortunately, election day is almost here and I can’t wait until it’s over. While I’m genuinely concerned about how we’re governed and generally enjoy politics the way some people enjoy sports, this has been like nothing I’ve ever seen before.
My ideological position has never been a secret so of course I don’t enjoy the way conservatives are being vilified but truly, the Harper Derangement Syndrome is out of control. The prolonged fever they’ve worked themselves into has clearly made them delusional because apparently they actually believe the crazy things they say about Harper and conservatives. I know because I’ve attempted to engage in reasonable conversations about real issues but they just can’t seem to stop battling the demons they’ve conjured up in their fevered minds. It’s too bad because we’re missing an opportunity to have important discussions about matters of substance and consequence. Continue Reading