Friday, February 23, 2007

The similarities are starting to creep me out in a big way.


As the days go by, I'm starting to see less and less difference. There's this:

Vice President Dick Cheney refused Friday to take back his charge that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's opposition to President Bush's Iraq war buildup is playing into the hands of the al-Qaida terrorist network.

And there's George Bush's north-of-the-border sock puppet, who seems incapable of even the most basic original thought:

Prime Minister Stephen Harper refused to apologize on Thursday after sparking an uproar in the House of Commons a day earlier when he seemed to imply the Liberals were voting against extending two provisions of the anti-terrorism law to protect one of their MPs.

Can we just have Harper cross the floor to join the Republicans and get this charade over with?

1 comment:

Grog said...

Can we just have Harper cross the floor to join the Republicans and get this charade over with?

Yes, but he also gets to cross the border _and_ resign as PM of Canada at the same time.