Friday, December 11, 2009

The Coalition Has Reunited To Protect The Taliban

On Thursday December 10, 2009 the Liberals, Bloc and NDP joined forces have agreed to remove any safeguards or national secrets in their attempt to protect the rights of the scumbags and murderers of our sons and daughters.

I look forward to the Coalition of the left fighting on behalf of these terrorists welfare and treatment by their own citizens.

The Liberals, NDP and Bloc Québécois, which together outnumber the Harper Conservatives in Parliament, passed a motion by a 145-143 vote that seeks to compel the release of thousands of uncensored documents on Afghan prisoners.-Steven Chase and John Ibbitson

I think Richard Fadden, the boss of CSIS, had it right when he said that there is a “loose partnership of single-issue NGOs, advocacy journalists and lawyers" who have rechristened terrorists as "folk heroes". I'd add to that list opposition MPs, especially the NDP and the NDP wing of the Liberals, such as Ujjal Dosanjh and Bob Rae.-Ezra Levant

Fast forward to December, 2009. Falling badly in the polls, with the Conservative leading by a margin at times as large as 14%, the Liberal Party under the direction of Michael Ignatieff attacks the Conservative Government of Stephen Harper for covering up the war crimes of Canadian soldiers that out of the other side of his mouth he says they didn't commit.-Paul MacPhail

Not one Canadian (aside from maybe Liberal and New Democrat, or Bloc partisans) gives a crap what may or may not have happened to members of Taliban AFTER they were transferred from Canadian officials!-Kitchener Conservative

I can hope our PM would use this as a teaching moment to seek a larger mandate by returning to the Polls and ending the nightmare led coalition of the Liberals, NDP and Bloc and their destructive agenda.

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