Never again. When you hear those words, it evokes an image doesn't it?For me, the image is of holocaust survivors or soldiers. I've heard survivors say it defiantly and I've heard veterans utter it wistfully. It's meant as a call for humanity after a period of genocide, violent social upheaval, war. It's a stark, simple phrase that manages to conjure images of the brutality that mankind
In the print edition of the National Post, the headline of Don Martin's column states:He didn't get it: Politics is nastyThe online edition says -- Nice guys don't last in politicsBoth are referring to Stephane Dion.Gimme a break!Martin goes on to say:Like it or not, and I still think it was beneath him, but Prime Minister Stephen Harper's instant attack on the do-overs of Mr. Dion's bumbled CTV
In the latest of many shocking developments on the campaign trail, it has come to light that Stephen Harper is not championing the Liberal cause as things come down to the wire:"Today, he (Harper) will tour the country and he will not say a word about the Liberal tax cuts for families," Mr. Dion told an early morning rally at the headquarters of Fredericton candidate David Innes.Can you believe
Ooops. They got him! Stephen Harper is offically human. Um, Liberal war room? The differences between Mr. Harper's flub and Mr. Dion's meltdown are astronomical.First, Harper didn't ask for a do-over. He misspoke and moved on. Second, you were able to figure out what Harper meant to say. Even the Liberal war room has no clue what Dion was trying to say in that interview.Third, even you concede
A man who was able to keep up and listen to four other debaters and a moderator during the debates is now using a disability as an excuse for not being able to answer questions intelligibly one on one?Score points by getting the sympathy vote. The Liberal way. Win by any means. The disability excuse is just an example of deflection -- make the Conservatives look bad for pointing out how bad Dion
It amazes me how many people are willing to jump onto the ABC bandwagon or buy into the 'Stop Harper' campaigns. With little thought to what the 'Anybody' in ABC might be putting forward in their own campaign, it seems many people are ready to define themselves as 'not Conservative'.Congratulations. That's so clever. Well, if being 'not Conservative' is your main reason for voting for 'Anybody'
Breaking news -- The woman on the right is running for the Liberals in the GTA -- and it isn't Sarah Palin. Would you have realized that if I hadn't told you? And guess what? She has bangs and glasses and a smile and apparently -- that's enough to get her free publicity from CityTV.In the news item titled: Local Candidate Bears Uncanny Resemblance To Sarah Palin we're told of the remarkable