Sunday, January 22, 2006
Harper Fixes Govt. while Greens are welcomed
Rafe Mair on the Tyee got me thinking ahead, and he is right! Right for the next election, that is.
I read all these comments and am aware that they seem to reflect politics of the 80s.
This is a new ballgame. Not 1980.
There are some decent people in the Liberal Party, but without EFFECTIVE Whistle Blower Protection law [bill C-11], those decent people could not report the massive extent of Liberal theft and channeling of our public monies.
The primary goal of this election is to put in place the people who are going to install and enforce law like Whistle Blower protection and individual Ministry accounting and audits.
These laws will provide us with more efficient and honest governments for years to come, no matter who sits in the house.
If there are nagging nellies in the CPC who want to make a fuss about bill-c38, same sex, abortion and public morals, I hope Harper keeps them on the back burner until our machinery of government is properly repaired along with the armed forces.
We can not afford to squabble while China, India, Iran Venezuela and the Jihad get their agendas in order.
I support Raif*s choice. Later when repairs are made to our federal government, an ideal house of commons will consist mainly of the Conservatives and the Greens.
The Greens are big in Europe and rightly so. We are still stumbling along in 1985. TG