Originally posted by SaturnFX
Canada supplies most of north american oil
Clearly they are being supressed...
Time for us to liberate canada...get your flowers ready canada, we are rolling in to save you
Originally posted by silo13
The North American Union will happen, you can take that to the bank. Remember the Europeans who said it would never happen, and they were wrong too.
peaceedit on 21-4-2011 by silo13 because: vid fix
Originally posted by masqua
'The Harper Government' groans with an agonized desire for a majority government, hoping that most Canadians will be asleep at the wheel on March 2nd and that only blue ties will vote in their favour.
Originally posted by PsychNurse
Do you people realize that Harper is the first priminister in the last quarter cetury to make an attempt to support our military not to mention their much need funding increase.
They haven't all annexed to become one big country which you seem to be suggesting is happening if Harper gets his way with Canada, or have I missed the point, and if so what is your issue?
There's enough fodder for your brain to mull over for now. AND think about this:
This has been signed.
This has been hidden.
This has not gone to Parliament for debate.
This is 2 months later and you have to sift and dig deep for answers, and those you find from official releases are not all that forthcoming.
This is NOT a ploy form rival political parties.
This is NOT a hoax portrayed from some mentally-ill person with nothing better to do than feed on drama.
This is NOT about the "Amero" unified dollar.
This IS something to read about, tell your friends and family about.
This is NOT something to take lightly.
These ARE our ELECTED officials!
Originally posted by WielderOfTheSwordOfTruth
I was hoping to get a better idea of what to do by reading this thread but there's so many different opinions on who to vote for I haven't found it helpful at all.
One question, why does nobody have anything to say about the green party?
Perhaps nothing better illustrates the evolution of political thinking in this country than the complete silence on the campaign trail as the relationship between Canada and the U.S. is being reshaped.
A generation ago, a historic trade deal with the U.S. dominated a dramatic campaign.
Ten years ago, when a U.S. ambassador called for a North American security perimeter, this nation convulsed.
But in 2011 Stephen Harper can launch secret negotiations on a security perimeter with the U.S. and no one blinks.
Harper’s government was so worried about push back on its negotiations with President Barack Obama that it deliberately kept plans secret while it knit together its best sales job on a wary electorate.