Labels: Harper, Obama
posted by Fish at
"Swept away?" LOL. The voters had their chance to do that only 25 days or so ago. They didn't. Were you paying attention? Jimmy Carter II will be a disaster.
By Anonymous, at 7:50 AM
So true. Harper is indeed next. We need a young and vibrant leader and time for old geezers in the Liberal party to take a hike.
By LeDaro, at 7:59 AM
Sorry Ledaro, Harper is not "next". The timing of Harper's departure won't be up to the Liberals. Their party is broke, they are bereft of ideas and policies, and no one of any consequence wants to lead them. In fact, everyone of substance has already fled the upcoming leadership race like a vampire from sunlight, just like the last race. You guys had the "b" team running before. This is the "c" team now. Its quite sad watching the left in this country living vicariously through the Democrats victory. But I guess if it isn't going to happen here, might as well cheer for it somewhere else.
By Anonymous, at 8:16 AM
Anon, I had no intention of entering into a dialogue with you that is why I did not address your comment.You're delusional my friend. I am pretty good predictor of political events. I give Harper 2 years at the most and he will be history footnote and long gone. Copy these comments and keep them because I am rarely wrong.
By LeDaro, at 8:51 AM
Ledaro, I wasn't aware you offered commentary...just butchered photoshop/flash hackjobs.You didnt seem to offer any predictions in the last election (just your usual anti-capitalist garbage) so I dont think you can claim to know whats going to happen in 2 years.I'll be back to gloat when youre proven wrong.
By DavidA, at 10:36 AM
LeDaro, people have been making predictions about the demise of Harper for years - he won't win the leadership of the Canadian Alliance, he won't unite the right, he will be crushed by the Paul Martin juggernaut, he can't survive as Tory leader if he only wins another minority, etc, etc, etc. And yet, he is still here. Your lame "predictions" in the face of that are like a weak wind. Incrementally, Harper has been making steady gains, while the Liberals are a stark opposite.And that is what galls you Lib-tards the most, that despite every effort at villification, every prediction to the contrary, Harper is a very successful PM and there is not one reason to indicate that he won't continue to be. And I know that burns you up alive inside. :)
By Anonymous, at 10:56 AM
Look fellows I am not partisan as such. You are wrong there. I just have no use for Reform agenda of Harper. On Progressive Conservative side I liked some of those fellows. Harper is a very lonely man. His master Bush soon will be gone. His fellow poodle Tony Blair is gone. John Howard of Australia is gone. May be he can suck up to Sarkozy of France but that may not help him. There is hardly any Con Premier left –yes Danny Williams who adores Harper. Give him two more years. Yes David, copy my previous comment and get back to me in November 2010 and then we will talk.
By LeDaro, at 11:17 AM
Hey Fishman, what gives? I know you're supposedly articling and all that, but it's not like you're rowing in some slave galley. No posts since November 5? Stop being such a damn slacker.
By The Mound of Sound, at 6:31 PM
Thanks buddy, you're right.I've been a little quiet lately, mainly because I've had a lot of mixed emotions about what's been going on lately.No worries though. I'll be posting again soon!
By Fish, at 6:00 AM
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