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I don't know how it happened
Originally posted by stereovoyaged
reply to post by MindF
More tax breaks for big business, elimination of gun registry, stricter abortion laws, harder for gays/lesbians to get equal rights and a # tonne wasted on military upgrades. And thats just off the top of my head.
Originally posted by DrumsRfun
I personally wiped my ass with my voters registration card.
I knew watching the debate that no matter who i voted for harper was getting back in.(no caps on his name for a reason)
If you look at his face during the debate,he is like the cat that ate the mouse.
I think layton is a scumbag and felt much like the Americans....I didn't have anyone real to vote for and a vote for any of them is a vote of idiocy.
Thank god Iggy didn't get in.....bad attendance is not a good trait of a leader.
It is a good trait for a pig who feeds at the trough though.
edit on 3-5-2011 by DrumsRfun because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by XRaDiiX
I just happened to see my cousin Yesterday and he was working (counting Votes for Elections Canada) Oddly Enough he had a name tag around his necklace that said Conservative Party Representative. IDK but i find that extremely FISHY
Can anyone who volunteered for Elections Canada Confirm WTH this means?
Originally posted by CanadianDream420
CANADA IS THE ECONOMIC LEADER OF THE WORLD AND I AM PROUD TO SAY IT IS BECAUSE OF OUR ECONOMIST AND PRIME MINISTER STEPHEN HARPER!!!!!
By 2006, Canada had socked away a $42 billion surplus, but the Conservatives went through that even before the rainy-day Recession. Now we have the largest deficit in Canadian history. With luck, that might shrink to $10 billion by 2015, according to the Parliamentary Budget Officer. The International Monetary Fund is more generous. It projects the deficit in 2015 to be $5.4 billion. No one except the Harper Government says it will be zero.