... and I don't like how it ended the first time. There's this:
[Stephen Harper] surrounds himself with like-minded people and doesn't want input from others who have a different viewpoint.
Oh, yeah, we've been here before, haven't we?
Once the President makes a decision, however ill-considered, his administration demands that all Americans support it and labels those who dissent as "unpatriotic." In addition, Bush tends to surround himself with "yea sayers," partisans who will not question his rationale. As a result, there is no "feedback loop" that enables the White House to learn from mistakes.
And I think we've all seen how well things worked out down there.