Sunday, 25 August 2013

100th Post! A Little Reminder



Pictured above...Stephen Harper with Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Bernard Valcourt. While the glove is not actually Bernard Valcourt, it does possess more use to Canada as a whole than both Mr. Valcourt and Harper combined.


I thought it was appropriate to dedicate my 100th entry to reminding you all of the man who leads your country and is essentially making changes that dictate not only your future, but that of your children...if you ever get to having kids if this economy and the job market do not get better.






Stephen Harper, thought by Conservatives as the hero of Canada, bringing stability and job growth to the richest and wealthiest Canadians for the past 9 years!










And then we have the cats...oh so many cats that Stephen Harper loves so dearly. It is funny how you rarely see him with a cat lately, maybe all of the online jokes and ridicule actually worked. If only he cared about the future direction of our country as much as these cats.




One, the leader of the free world and implementing health care for 300,000,000 people, the other working on feeding China oil for the lowest prices on the market.



Hell, even this psychopath looks more like a leader than Harper! Come to think of it, both censor their citizens and are reopening doors that were closed a long time ago for a reason.





This guy supports Harper fully and is supported by him likewise...enough said there.








Above, part of the reason why I do what I do. To enact some change, even if it is only a little change, to steer our country back on the right track and portray an example of hope for the world at large.



A fellow fighter in the war on common sense for Canadians, and may it be recorded, that by common sense I mean efforts for all Canadians to prosper and not for the few!



This is my official 100th post as a political blogger and you can be as sure as hell that more are to come!

Keep your eyes open, your mind open and do not forget the work that needs to be done. As a Canadian, you work alongside others with similar ideals, worries and goals in life.

In fact, it doesn't matter which country you are from, keep asking questions and work to steer the political direction of your country for the better, you may think it does nothing, but trust me, it is important!

To those who read this blog, both within Canada and Internationally, I thank you for your patronage.

Until Next Time!

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