Perhaps Canada’s Opposition could start by basing their lines of attack off the concerns of real Canadians and not what’s trending in the Toronto Star.
Since many of the left-wing media have now likened the admittance of Conrad Black on a one-year temporary visa to the opposition to allow convicted murder and terrorist Omar Khadr back into Canada, I figure I’ll play along in a follow-up to yesterday’s Canada’s Disgrace: the need to reject terrorists from our country.
It was one year ago tomorrow that Prime Minister Stephen Harper led Canadians to elect a strong, stable, national, Conservative majority government! Canadians, faced with the clear choice between a reckless coalition bent on high-taxes and killing jobs and a Conservative government focused on creating jobs and lowering taxes, overwhelmingly elected the Conservative government with a strong mandate to fulfill those promises.
What better way to celebrate than review the list of commitments the Conservatives promised in their 2011 platform, and how those commitments are progressing:
See this great resource list I compiled here.
We see the government has done an outstanding job, with 92% of promises already completed or in discussions to be completed.
This is a government that has overwhelmingly drafted its promises and stuck to them. Congratulations, and happy anniversary!