Marzo 20, 2004
Rich white people with closeted fascistic tendencies choose religious man-child over the walking punch-line of a misogynist's joke....


Is this the face of a man who has been chosen to lead the right-wing of Canadian politics or of a child who has managed to avoid "missing the bowl" for the very first time?

Posted by at Marzo 20, 2004 10:49 PM

Can't it be both?

"Banner Day For Harper

"TORONTO - Saturday was a red-letter day for Stephen Harper. Not only did he win a first-ballot victory to become the first leader of the new Conservative Reform Alliance Party (CRAP), but it was later revealed that he did 'number one' on his own, with no accidents, for the very first time.

"'Paul Martin better watch out,' Harper proclaimed in his acceptance speech. 'I'm a big boy now.'"

Also, check out this quote from Ralph Klein on the results, talking about how the CRAP will be a force to be reckoned with: '"[The Liberals] actually think they own the country, that it is a commodity that can be bought and sold," he said. "You can't buy and sell Canada with our own money." ' Gee, Ralphie, that's a good point. I guess they should do it the old-fashioned way and use American money.

Posted by: adHominem on Marzo 21, 2004 12:49 AM .

I'm glad I avoided downtown this weekend. Can you imagine how the young Tories over ran everything, w/ their bab bad ill fitting suits, pouring out of the Metro Convention Centre, onto our streets, up John, or Peter, heading for the Indian Motorcycle Factory.

"Religious man-child" was good - if it's yours, sell that to Frank.

Also, this is good - Harper is creepy, people see that. he won't draw people to the Tory party. He's not a leader. I haven't been following the poles, but i think this would help a NDP minority gov't.

Posted by: Spancan on Marzo 21, 2004 11:21 AM .

I went to high school with the head of the Young Tories at the time and among his tactics to get people to join were PARTY SPONSORED teen keggers.

At this point I've got no idea what the fuck to expect for the next year; CanPol used to be so reliable and predictable. I don't really like any politicians at all in Canada right now. Sven or whatever is okay I guess. Layton's got to lose the fucking moustache ASAP and realize that teen anti-globalization activists aren't going to win him any fucking seats because their devotion and loyalty is about as reliable and stable as the pre-reform Vancouver stock exchange.

Posted by: TheDiscourse on Marzo 24, 2004 08:43 AM .
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