January 4, 2007

Baird’s Role Will Be Simple: Blame the Liberals

Stephen Harper made two very good moves today...

For a year, John Baird was the poster boy for attacking the Liberals and their corruption and tiredness and ineptness and blah blah blah. Anyway, with the Accountability Act now in effect, Baird needs another issue to blame the Liberals for screwing up.

When it comes to the environment, the Liberals’ cupboard is pretty bare. In fact, I think we had a better record on ethics than we did on the environment. This issue is really a huge trap for us. With all 4 opposition parties beating us over the head with our own record, things will certainly not be very easy. When it comes to the environment, voters will have two choices for government, the ones who will do nothing versus the ones who had over a decade and did nothing. (Don’t worry, it will be in EVERY NDP attack ad) Methinks Elizabeth May will do VERY well.

In the meantime, Rona Ambrose gets to move to the fiscal imbalance portfolio of intergovernmental affairs, one which will be of paramount importance this year. If she redeems herself, she will be the star of 2007, and will be Quebec's new darling...

On some more comical notes…

The new secretary of state for Tourism is from Canada’s Tourism capital, Lloydminister Saskatchewan.

The new face of multiculturalism is Jason “Mock Outrage” Kenney.

If Vic Toews didn’t do enough harm to those of the homosexual nature in Justice, he is now in control of the MONEY…

8 Commentaires:

Anonymous Anonymous a dit...

I find it hilarious that just one post after you defend Quebec having environmental standards being waved for the construction of new dams, you bemoan the state of the Liberal Party's environmental record.

1/04/2007 2:00 p.m.  
Blogger Antonio a dit...

I have absolutely no idea what you're talking about.

Like I said in the comments section of the previous post, Quebec hasnt built a damn in 30 years...unless I missed something.

1/04/2007 2:24 p.m.  
Blogger wilson61 a dit...

''When it comes to the environment, the Liberals’ cupboard is pretty bare. In fact, I think we had a better record on ethics than we did on the environment.''

and you follwed with:

'Methinks Elizabeth May will do VERY well.'

Is that the same May who patted Dion on the back for his enviro 'actions', and condemned the NDP for giving the CAA legitamacy by sending it to committee?
May backed the WRONG horse.
If Libs are neutralized on enviro, so is May.

Kudos for your honesty on the Lib record.

1/04/2007 2:36 p.m.  
Blogger duojet57 a dit...


Are your comments about the Liberal Party's environmental record more veiled attacks on Dion?

Iggy lost. Get over it. Move on.

1/04/2007 2:50 p.m.  
Blogger Antonio a dit...

no my comments on the Liberal environmental record are attacks against the Liberal environmental record.

Which even Dion admitted today, is hardly flawless.

Dion was quite honest today, and deserves kudos

1/04/2007 3:32 p.m.  
Blogger Scott Tribe a dit...

Come now Wilson, you're telling us that May should have backed Layton.. that Dion was the wrong horse? Coming from a Conservative, telling us all the NDP was the right horse to back, thats almost oxymoronic.

1/04/2007 3:35 p.m.  
Blogger wilson61 a dit...

Dippers have pushed the enviro issue forever.
Libs only paid lipservice to the environment to appease the NDP, and try to steal leftie votes.
Yes, May should have backed the party that had been fighting for the environment for decades.

Dion already changed his tune, today his priority is the economy.
Tomorrow, who knows, maybe Western alienation.
(where does that leave May? Her horse changed tracks)

Dithers2, 101 priorities.

1/04/2007 4:29 p.m.  
Blogger s.b. a dit...

So Antonio would you be attacking Liberals if Igs had won? No me thinks not. Perhaps you should just consider another party since your so unhappy with this one. Like i've said at least the igsters aren't subtle. Veiled references are beyond them.

Grow up get over it. Support Dion as the leader. Stop with all this childish nonsense.

1/04/2007 4:56 p.m.  

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