All Hail Chairman Harper!

... as the threat from falling writs rises, 
and the autumn breeze turns grey and sour 
with the scent a potential Conservative (sic) 
majority, what could be more timely 
than a quick look back at some 
of the inspiring ideas 
of Our Great Leader!


America, and particularly your conservative
movement, is a light and an inspiration to people
in this country and across the world...

- to a conservative American think-tank, 2000.

There's unfortunately a view of too many people
in Atlantic Canada that it's only through government favours that there's going to be economic progress,
or that's what you look to …
That kind of can't-do attitude is a problem
in this country but it's obviously more serious
in regions that have had have-not status
for a long time.

- The Toronto Sun, May, 2002

I don't know all the facts on Iraq,
but I think we should work closely
with the Americans.

- March, 2003.

It is inherently dangerous to allow a country such as Iraq
to retain weapons
of mass destruction,
particularly in light of
its past aggressive behaviour.

If the world community fails to disarm Iraq,
we fear that other rogue states will be encouraged
to believe that they too can have these most deadly
of weapons to systematically defy international
resolutions and that the world will do nothing
to stop them.

- House of Commons, March 2003.

On the justification for the war,
it wasn't related to finding any
particular weapon of mass destruction. 

- Maclean’s, August 2003


I believe that 
all taxes are bad.
- CTV.ca news,
December, 2005 

 Canada is a vast and empty country.
2006 Leaders' Debate, December, 2005

I think people should elect a cat person.
If you elect a dog person, you elect someone
who wants to be loved. If you elect a cat person,
you elect someone who wants to serve.

- Global National, 2006

Kyoto is essentially a socialist scheme
to suck money out of wealth-producing nations.

- The Toronto Star, January, 2007

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of the life of Chairman Harper in the days to come!

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