We did not elect a former liberal CBC journalist with separatist sympathies, who believes she was elected because she was “hot”, to become Governor General, a position which can determine the country’s government and prime minister for years without an election.
We did not elect the Bloc or elect to have the Bloc, a Party whose stated goal is the break-up of Canada, to be given veto power over Canada’s laws.
We did not vote for a Socialist coalition, propped up by Separatists, whose ideological aim is to borrow against our children’s future and spend the money on stupid welfare programs that in the words of their messiah himself are a “bridge to no where”.
We did not elect to give Jacques Parizeau and Gilles Duceppe the power to extort billions of dollars from the rest of Canada and the West in particular.
We did not vote to support and encourage the Quebec Welfare State for the benefit of lazy malcontents and at the expense of our hard work and toil.
We do not think it’s right that the majority of MPs who actually believe in a unified Canada should not be able to govern this country (145-113: Conservative – 143, Independent – 2 vs. Liberal – 76, NDP – 37).
We did not elect to be ruled by Quebonto.
We did not elect a man to be Prime Minister who was Mr. Clarity Act to the Separatists one day and Mr. Charity Act the next day.
We did not elect a coalition of godless socialists, one third of which is hell bent on the break-up of Canada, to represent a country which is neither godless nor socialist nor separatist.
We did not elect a man to the position of Prime Minister who will be leaving the post in a few months, a post he has never held or earned, and whose leadership and policies were soundly rejected by the Canadian people 7 weeks ago.
We did not elect a man to be Prime Minister who is not even supported by his own Party, but rather represents only a minority view in that Party, and a fractional interest of the country as a whole.
And finally, we did not elect Taliban Jack as our Deputy Prime Minister.