Saturday, June 14, 2008

Famous last words: "I hear one of my cabinet ministers has an ex-girlfriend"



May 8, 2008: "I hear one of my cabinet ministers has an ex-girlfriend," Harper said. "It’s none of my business. It's none of Mr. Duceppe's business. It's none of Mr. Dion's business."

Same unaccountable blasé attitude to every other scandal of Harper’s creation: Bernier organized crime scandal. Cadman election bribe scandal. PMO’s Obama smear campaign/election tampering scandal. Cadman election bribe scandal. Afghan detainee cover-up scandal. Did I mention Cadman election bribe scandal?

To think, it all started when the press was complicit in allowing Harper to get away with his tax leakage lie and raid seniors nest eggs to the tune of $35 billion. That was way back in October 2006. Look at the harvest that it has reaped given the infinite tolerance on the part of the press for Harper's patent lies about tax leakage.

The press has been the willing enabler of this morally corrupt “leader” known as Harper since the very outset.

This political cartoon pretty much sums up Harper’s true feelings on accountability.......missing however are the plethora of other Harper scandals

1 comment:

wewillneverforget said...

Great cartoon .. too bad the Globe doesn't have the guts to tell the public the true story on Income Trusts, BCE and all the rest of the policy blunders Steve, Jimmie, Mark et al have loaded onto Canadians