January 1, 2006


Belinda Stronach’s Prime Minister Essay contests provide us with yet another fun tidbit of information from a Conservative Candidate, Derek Zeisman, in Southern Interior, (It’s near Grand Forks, BC)

"My blueprint for improving Canada's prosperity and unity in the 21st century and beyond is innovative, ambitious, and even radical in certain respects," he wrote in the contest. He has since disavowed himself from that essay and most of its recommendations. (I love he disavows only when other people find out)

Well I’m happy he saw the light. He also called for the abolition of corporate taxes and monetary union with the US, when our dollar was at $0.64.

But the kicker is this guy also called for the abolition of the Charter of Rights. WHOA! Support for the Charter isn’t a switch you turn on and off there buddy. Either you support protecting individual rights...or you don't!

Note: It has come to my attention that Mr. Zeisman was involved in a car accident and will be spending his time recovering from the injuries. We wish him the fastest recovery. But Derek, don’t be offended if we still want Bill Profili to win!

2 Commentaires:

Blogger angela a dit...

i love how grand forks is your only point of reference when it comes to the southern interior... hahahaha. youre making it look like a major city! awesome!

1/07/2006 9:05 a.m.  
Anonymous Giovanni a dit...

Hey, Grand Forks is a major centre....if you're a hick or a freedomite. There was an article in the Nelson Daily News (another city in the riding) in which Zeisman explained the essay that he wrote, saying that he only said what he said as a way to get the attention of the judges. Everyone knows that in writing an essay, a controversial topic will always spark discussion. Furthermore, if Zeisman were elected (unlikely at this point), he would be nothing more than a backbencher, like his predecessor Jim Gouk.

1/12/2006 4:56 p.m.  

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