Month: November 2008

November 28, 2008

Stephen Harper hates democracy

I’ve pasted my comments from this article .  I’m very annoyed with the Conservative response to the efforts to form a coalition.  Back room deal?  Since when was Harper ever transparent with Canadians? —— Wow.  Lots of comments.  I’m not sure if I’ll be repeating what’s already been said, but here are some thoughts: 1.  62.4% of Canadians does not want the Conservatives to run […]

November 27, 2008

Proof that the Conservatives Hate Democracy

Years ago, the Liberals took the high road and made an important first step in institutionalizing democracy in Canada by creating a public subsidy of $1.95 per vote that every Canadian casts at the ballot box. This simple move extended a financial life-line to all Federal political parties and has prevented the Conservatives from obtaining a majority in Canadian politics.  It also became a financial […]

November 27, 2008

I Support Public Campaign Financing

Please join this group on Facebook: The Conservative government is about to show its true disdain for Canadian democracy. Let’s remind them that it’s not 1939 and this is not the Weimar Republic.

November 27, 2008

10 Worst Corporations of 2008

Do you work for a company on this list ?  Is so, are you re-evaluating your employment with them?  You should. But … I could be wrong.  Maybe the truly awful are the ones who will continue to be rewarded in these upside-down times where banks are run by governments. For those of you with ADD, here’s the short list: AIG Cargill Chevron Constellation Energy […]