Wednesday, December 10, 2008

A side bar...

I know that the goings-on within the Liberal party and its leadership race are especially interesting, to the point where they seem to providing a distraction from what's not happening on the other side of the aisle.

Has anyone noticed that Stephen Harper's blurring of the thruth on national TV only received a few, albeit noteworthy, comments from the media? His blatant lies about the legality of a potential coalition government were, in fact, quite in line with his attempts to "republicanize" our parliamentary system.

WE SHOULD BE OUTRAGED! For a Prime Minister to blatantly distort the truth and spread lies and untruths about his opponents is, I believe a criminal offense and he should be prosecuted to the full extant of the law. OK, there might not actually be a law against this but, nonetheless, he should be santioned by the House of Commons, if it ever gets a chance to resit.

This type of behaviour from any leader, especially a sitting Prime Minister, should not be acceptable to any member of the House, nor any citizen of Canada.

Impeach him, I say!

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