Harper Says He is Rebranding Canada
Last Saturday, Stephen Harper addressed Conservatives gathered in Newfoundland and Labrador for a luncheon speech. I want you to note the specific reference he makes to his 'rebranding' of Canada.
"What we Conservatives are doing both here and in Ottawa is rebranding our country."
"In Ottawa, rebranding is about highlighting the differences between Canada's new government and our predecessors. It's about being accountable to taxpayers, about delivering on commitments, about asserting Canadian leadership in the world. It's about getting things done for everyone. My friends, as you know, we have a minority government in Ottawa which means an election could be forced by the opposition at any time. But regardless of when that election comes the choice will be clear. Do Canadians want to keep moving forward with a government that gets things done for families and taxpayers or do they want to turn back the clock, back to scandal back to inaction?"
So how is it that Mr. Harper thinks that 38% of Canadians voting for him gives him the mandate to 'rebrand' Canada? Does he actually believe that he has a mandate to fundamentally change the nation?
The day that the three Opposition Caucuses in Ottawa throw these guys out on their butts will be a GREAT DAY FOR ALL CANADIANS!!