Consevatives, politics

Wait for It, It Gets Better…

Mike Harris, Montreal Economic Institute, December 2002 (excerpt):

Thinking about things from a new and different perspective is never easy. It takes courage, conviction and the strength to know that in taking a new and innovative course, you are making change for the better… Genuine leaders are the one who do the right things.

Stephen Harper, House of Commons, February 2003 (excerpt):

Thinking about things from a new and different perspective is not about reading the polls and having focus group tests. It is never easy because it takes courage, conviction and the strength to know that taking a new and innovative course is going to make change for the better… Genuine leaders are the ones who do the right thing.

The video evidence:

Hmm… Speaking of doing the right thing… If I were a student and plagiarized even once, I would risk being tossed out of school on my ass. In this case, Dion has the right idea: expel him!

Ironically, as the Liberals point out, Harper is apparently only plagiarizing from small-‘c’ conservative governments that have failed. I hope Steve continues to emulate them, particularly in the failure department.

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5 thoughts on “Wait for It, It Gets Better…

  1. Has Harper *ever* had an original idea? Actually, are we even sure there *is* a Stephen Harper – maybe he’s been replaced by a Disney Animatronic Robot….

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  2. I wonder if Walt’s freeze dried brain has been transplanted in Harper’s fat head (lots of empty space for rent!)? It would explain a lot of things. Thanks Doug, for putting into our heads that song of despair “It’s a small world…”.

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  3. You’re welcome Paul. After all, I’m in the armed forces. I live only to serve my fellow citizens. Now tell all your MP’s that weneed new ships in the navy or I’ll start quoting old Foreigner songs.

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  4. Don’t worry, Paul – you can always go to this site to get rid of that song:

    http://prettypictures.com/maim/

    Barring that, I’ll trade you for this Discovery Channel commercial – sing it with me, people – oo-de-yada, oo-de-yada….

    Doug, you make a good point – maybe there never really was a Stephen Harper, just a robot controlled by a shadowy Puppet Master….hmm, Puppet Master, the initials P.M. – who could that be….

    (pay no attention to the Manning behind the curtains)

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