Friday, November 28, 2008

The Undemocratic Belief System of the Radical Left

In America, if you want to see the mindset of the Radical Left you go to the In Canada you just go to the CBC News website. Read the comments on what's going on in Ottawa these days. Here's the comment that I left there:

I am deeply ashamed by so many of the comments I'm reading on here.

Let's remove the spin and ascertain two facts remain crystal clear:

1. The ONLY reason why the Liberals, NDP, and Bloc Quebecois are considering this takedown of a democratically elected government is because the taxpayer-funded $1.95 per vote going towards ALL parties may be eliminated.

2. If this occurs, it may very well be constitutionally legal but is nothing other than a Coup d'Etat.

Don't insult us by pretending anything else.

The fact that so many of you are so willing to, not just to let this happen, but to actually encourage it, is a clear sign of the deeply undemocratic mindset so pervasive in Canada these days, especially those on the Radical Left side of the political spectrum.

The Conservatives were elected as a minority government just 45 days ago. Back then many of you were saying, "I'm glad that Harper only got a minority. It's what Canadians want. They'll all be forced to work together."

Now, at the very first chance, your politicians in Ottawa are saying, "Ahhh, we didn't really mean that. We're going to seize power instead." And you all are cheering them on.

What absolute hypocrisy! Ashamed you should be, but too arrogant to realize it in fact you are. You must truly all be mad to think that the best course of action for Canada is to have Stephane "Defeated" Dion as its figurehead PM but the real reins of power clearly in the hands of the Bloc Quebecois.

Just remember that for every action there is a reaction. If you think the people of Western Canada are going to see their duly elected government thrown out of office, you truly are dreaming. Should this occur, I expect permanent negative repercussions to affect Canada for the next 50 years ... and that is if Canada even remains together should this disaster unfold as you're hoping.

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