Thursday, April 9, 2009

Harper's big eap of faith

Harper sure is putting a lot of faith in his Economic Action Plan, eap for short.

Too bad no one else is. In fact his last economic plan, the Tax Fairness Plan, cost Canadians $35 billion of their life savings.

Talking about eaps of faith. How about this one? What an eap of faith it must take to say:

8% jobless rate 'not good news,' but not unexpected, Harper says

Last Updated: Thursday, April 9, 2009
CBC News

Canada's employment rate hitting a seven-year high of eight per cent and the economy shedding another 61,300 full-time jobs in March, was not unexpected, Prime Minister Stephen Harper said Thursday in Edmonton.


Dr Mike said...

And here I thought we were not supposed to have a recession.

Last time I believe that guy!!

Dr Mike

Anonymous said...

Stephen Harper should get out of the praying business and leave that up to the Pope.

Is it too much to ask that he actually do his job as an elected government official?

At least he is being more realistic these days instead of wearing rose coloured glasses like he did during the election.