Ladies and gentlemen, your latest Blogging Brownshirts talking point:
The trap is set
The latest news is that the potential of Bloc-Liberal-NDP coalition government in waiting is shrinking a bit now that the Conservatives have promised to remove required confidence from the party welfare issue.
This is bait of course.
If the BLN coalition backs down now, Canadians will understand that their opposition to the economic statement really wasn’t about the “lack of stimulus”, the rescue of Canadian jobs, or the “protection of rights of women and workers”. The opposition and brinkmanship that was threatening a fresh election or constitutional crisis would have been about parties that are so fresh out of ideas, so unable to inspire, that they were ready to go to political war over their $1.95-per-vote handout from the Canadian taxpayer.
So there you have it. It was never a bit of insane idiocy by HM PM Stephen Harper, who stupidly over-reached and was about to get reamed up the ass for it. No, apparently, it was all some clever gamesmanship during which Harper toyed with his opponents, then ruthlessly humiliated them in public.
Yes, Stephen, whatever you say. Fuck, what a retard. What a pretentious, insufferable retard.
BY THE WAY, did you catch that other talking point of Stephen's? That public funding of Canadian elections has suddenly morphed into "party welfare." Because the thought of using public funds to level the playing field and give the smaller voices a chance to participate in the basics of democracy is nothing less than a bunch of parasitic leeches trying to scam honest, hardworking Canadian taxpayers.
At least now we know what Stephen Taylor thinks of democracy. Apparently, it's only for the rich.