The NDP was elected promising to raise taxes on Corporations. They did.
They were elected promising to raise the minimum wage. They did.
How in the world is this duping the people of Alberta?
They did what they promised!
Oh.. wait. The Wildrose (much like the Conservatives) think that election promises aren't supposed to be followed through. I guess they think that the public doesn't expect politicians to honour promises.
The National Post used a rather transparent trick in claiming that "Most Canadians rated Harper average or better" as a Prime Minister, but the same or an even greater argument using the same "trick" could be used to say that almost three quarters of Canadians (72%) believe that Harper's performance as Prime Minister was average, below average, or poor.
In fact... five times as many (25% to 5%) said that Harper's performance was poor as opposed to outstanding.
Nice try National Post..... I guess the majority of Canadians can disregard you as being an unbiased source for news and information.
The improbable go ahead run in the top of the 7th, and then THREE ERRORS that allows the Jays to load up the bases with no outs, and then Bautista's three run homer!
I'm no big fan of the Liberals, but what Harper says of their platform promises is nowhere near the truth.
If you aren't telling the truth.. What are you telling??
Lies. Lies. And more lies.
Remember Harper's list of enemies?
Think I'll check on my registration...
What a "novel" concept! (tic)
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I take my family camping every year, and I love to pick berries.. and when I can get enough I do preserves to enjoy them through the winter.
There aren't many critters I don't like.. but at heart I'm a dog person, (I love dogs and they love me) born in the year of the Dog (Chinese Zodiac) and the water sign Pisces.
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