Saturday, October 11, 2008

Harper Realizes He’s Failed Quebecers

Realizing he really has no positive reasons left to offer the people of Quebec to vote for him and that's has consistently let them down, Harper figures “at least I'm not the devil” will do to keep what support he has left:
Harper tells Quebecers he is not the 'devil'
Andrew Mayeda, Canwest News Service
Published: Saturday, October 11, 2008
LONGUEUIL, Que. - Stephen Harper, looking to stem the dramatic slide of his party in Quebec, reassured Quebecers on Saturday that he is not the "devil incarnate."
Somehow I don’t think this is how Conservatives in Quebec hoped their campaign would finish. With Harper now refusing to rule out that he may appoint more unelected Quebecers (including Fortier even if he loses) to the Senate to serve in his cabinet, it seems Harper is less optimistic about his chances in Quebec as he seems to be about those "great buys" on the stock market.

Quebecers clearly have a better option in Stephane Dion and the Liberal Party of Canada and I hope other Canadians take note that they seem to be the only party able to form a government with significant elected Quebec representation.

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cyberwanderer said...

Harper claim he is being demonized in Quebec. He demonized himself by letting his demon run loose.