Friday, December 16, 2005

Political debate escalates to extremes in Canada

The leaders of Canada's four main parties traded sharp exchanges Friday night, with the controversial issue of same-sex marriage kicking off the second leaders' debate. Conservative Leader Stephen Harper, who opposes same-sex marriage, reiterated his position that he would hold a free vote on the issue if his party formed the government. As in Thursday's debate, Harper pledged he would not use the notwithstanding clause to change the law.

A latter is the correct way to handle this issue of course, but there is always a correct way and a liberal way - pushing hidden homosexual agenda. Oh and Libtards, it's crime control we need, not failed Martin's gun control to curb gun violence in Toronto; 2 billion of tax payer's moneys is wasted - time to use that money for law enforcement, as Mr. Harper had mentioned, and NO MORE PAROLES FOR REPEATED OFFENDERS, EVEN JUVENILES.

But I digress, these debates are no contest, you have Ottawa's Tony Soprano Paully "the walnuts" Martin, a Frog Duseppe, a Lenin look-alike and think-alike Layton, and only one normal politician - Stephen Harper, vote Conservative Jan. 23rd, 2006.

P.S. it appears Paully "The Walnuts" Martin wanted to send troops to Iraq, BEFORE he decided against it - sounds familiar ?



Blogger Rodogg said...

Alright buddy, you asked for me to post in my blog so it is ready for you. Mostly just discussing how flip flop your hero George W Harper is, he should really not be lying to the people of Canada, that is not really a good way to get started, on January 23, 2006, Canada please vote for the LIBERALS!


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