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.
Read my article in Policy Options here. Also, here's the longer essay here, in the Canadian Parliamentary Review. What do you think?...
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!