Prime Minister Buying Votes In Quebec- Things That Conflict With Yom Kippur

/ Thursday, September 2, 2010 /
Our beloved Prime Minister Steven Harper was in Montreal today buying votes and spreading the gospel according to Oswald Mosley. (with him in charge sovereignty is sounding better and better)  I was going to check on line what he had to say but I don't care and I don't believe a word he says. Something about an
F-16 contract  aimed to keep Canada safe from attacking Soviets and help in the killing of Afghan civilians. (Can you tell how proud I am to be a Canadian) Then he gave a pretentious smile and said more BS.


 The Category is Things That Conflict With Yom Kippur

A War Between Egypt and Israel
1965 World Series
Progressive Bloggers BBQ








5 comments:

{ Cammie Novara } on: September 2, 2010 at 5:04 AM said...

This article by the leading blogger on Hubpages (one of America's top 125 websites) describes a completely innovative and effective solution to the ongoing Quebec issue. He envisions the creation of a Canadian Capital District stretching from Ottawa to the West Island and to just east of Cornwall where bilingual rights are strictly protected, and which can also act as a tax-exempt Free Foreign Trade Zone to boost the area's economic development: http://hubpages.com/hub/The-Canadian-Capital-District-The-Solution-To-Finally-Achieving-English-French-Equality

{ Skinny Dipper } on: September 2, 2010 at 8:00 AM said...

Yes, events will conflict with Yom Kippur. However, the world can't stop because of this holiday.

{ Tom } on: September 2, 2010 at 8:05 AM said...

So you condemn Harper for what he said while stating that you don't know what he said !
I guess he should have sent Iggy to do the announcment then you may have actually read what was said.

{ karl knox } on: September 2, 2010 at 12:22 PM said...

Dear Tom - If you are applying to be our resident troll you're going to have to pay attention to the narrative. Rob's point, I believe, was that Harper was going to say the same old stuff he's been saying all yyear long -- and indeed if you follow the link he had nothing new to say during his visit to montreal: "Eeeeek! The coalition monster!" http://www.montrealgazette.com/business/Harper+trumpets+Tories+feats/3471973/story.html

{ Robert P. } on: September 2, 2010 at 12:54 PM said...

dear Skinny not saying the world should stop- just pointing out the conflict in what i thought was slightly comical, with 52 Saturdays to choose from I'm all for the bbq to be the holiest holiday of the Jewish faith.

Hey Tom,
I knew what Stevo said, hence the airplane contract comment, just didn't think my time is well spent putting the links or quoting his BS.When did I post anything that Iggy said unless your thinking of MR.Pop

have a great day all. Rob

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