Sunday, January 08, 2006

The Liberals - a 'hair of the dog' solution?

The Liberals will fix health care.
Who broke it?

The Liberals will clean the environment.
Who ignored it?

The Liberals will cut your taxes.
Who over-taxed you?

The Liberals will establish ethics guidelines.
Who broke all the rules?

The Liberals will pay your tuition.
Who made the cost of attending university prohibitive?

The Liberals will help seniors with their savings.
Who cost seniors millions by threatening to tax Income Trusts?

The Liberals will defend our borders.
Who hasn't?

The Liberals will fight for farmers.
Who didn't?

The Liberals will save national unity.
Who continues to tear the country apart?

The Liberals will take care of your pre-schoolers.
Are you sure these are the people you want to trust with your children?



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Brian Lemon said...

Only change I'd make is that the Income Trust scandal likely cost folks billions.

Junker said...

I'm always atitter on mulling over the idea that Chretien's famous "legacy" may well turn out to be the seperation of Quebec.

What a laugh. I can't believe so many people still find the CPC scary enough to vote for the Liberal crooks and liars. Quite frankly, even a CPC minority will leave me very disapointed with Canadians.

eugene plawiuk said...

Gee Ed Broadbent said this on Question Period this morning, well at least the first few. Is he reading your blog?

Debris Trail said...

Hey... great poetry! The fact is, that Harper has no excuse for not being able to fend off Liberal stunts... he can always go back to the old refrain:

"After twelve years in power... what can the Liberals offer?"

Civitatensis said...

Well put, Canadianna.
Junker: No need to be disappointed with all Canadians when there are two regions that are clearly supporting the Libs.

TrustOnlyMulder said...

If it ain't broke don't fix it.....well you just showed us all that it's broke.

Let's fix it on the 23rd.

Great presentation job. Simple yet sooo effective. :-)

Lois said...

I'm not disparaging your post at all when I say, The best thing about it is the heading. Now that's wit!

This election is a tough, tough choice - not thrilled about any of the options offered. But I'm sure not thrilled with the last 12 years, either.

But I live in Sam Bulte's riding - so voting Liberal is out of the question, natch. ;)

CanadianTruth said...

Great recap of the hypocricy of this campaign put forward by the Liberals.

The Liberal candidate in my area is using the slogan "time for a change". What I am confused about is does he mean a change from MP CPC incumbant Scott Reid or are the Liberals really running on a platform of change from themselves by voting them back into power?

Sharon said...

Great post! It reminds me of Harper's closing statement in the first English debate! Love it!

NL-ExPatriate said...

Great post this is what I've been saying about the Liberals all along only sparadically and on individual topics.

There is one I think you forgot.

Martin claims not to have sent our troops to Iraq.
What do you call sending two Canadian Frigates to the gulf to help free up American forces.
Or sending 100 Canadian troops to Afganistan to help free up American troops for Iraq. Afganistan isn't a normal type peace keeping mission for Canadian troops more like peace making.
Then there is the Ballistic Missile defence
What else did the Americans want from us other than the data collection from the NORAD radar line in the north.

Social Policy by steal is the mark of a coward sniveling conniving low life who doesn't deserve anyones support.
I would like to see the Liberals abolished with a CPC majority and a NDP opposition then I think we would get good governance!