Wednesday, November 23, 2005

The Perfect Storm

Experts predict that there may be a political storm brewing in Canada the likes of which have not been seen in this country for as much as 12 years. There are many complex factors that go into predicting such tumultuous periods in politics, but all the indicators are pointing to the culmination of a perfect storm.

Although storms of this magnitude cannot be predicted exactly, all the signs are pointing to a category 5 ass whopping the likes of which has not been seen since 1993. Grab your hats and nail your courage to the sticking place, its gonna be a slobber-knocker!!!



4 Comments:

Anonymous blueright said...

Good Work!! The forecast looks great!!

12:18 PM  
Blogger cardinal47 said...

Is Paul Martin the last of the big spenders?

The taps to the federal treasury have been opened and Paul Martin is spending like there will be no tomorrow. The election writ has not yet been issued and every day Martin announces more goodies costing billions. A few days ago it was tax cuts, today it was $9 billion for military planes and dealing with the residential school issue. Tomorrow, who knows? Strange behavior for a former Finance Minister famed for fiscal responsibility and cutting the deficit. It seems that the Liberals have embarked on a costly initiative to "buy" the impending election. I hope that the majority of voters think twice before "selling" their votes to re-elect a corrupt and tired administration.

12:02 AM  
Blogger cardinal47 said...

Ralph Klein, go home

With friends like Ralph Klein, Stephen Harper needs no enemies. Ralph Klein helped to torpedo the federal Conservative campaign in the last election. On a cross-country speaking tour today Klein was asked by reporters who he thought would win the impending election. Instead of dodging the question or saying a few favourable words about the Conservatives, Klein predicted that Paul Martin would win another minority. I happen to agree with that prediction although I would prefer to see a Conservative minority to teach the Liberals a lesson and precipitate a change of leadership. But I find Klein's response just plain dumb. If he can't say something to help the federal Conservatives, why can't he just keep his mouth shut? Maybe someone should send him on an all-expense-paid trip to Antarctica until the election is over.

12:17 AM  
Blogger alsocanadian said...

Maybe Klein is trying to show how un-scary Harper is by comparison...

1:38 PM  

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