He's also suing Dion, Ignatieff, Goodale, and the entire Liberal Party over accusations they've made about his (ALLEGED) role in Cadscam. Given that he's handing out lawsuits like they were life insurance policies, I've decided to make a few pro-active appologies (note: I am not implying that Harper has ever had anything to do with giving out life insurance policies, merely that everyone is getting a lawsuit, just like everyone has life insurance). So, to Mr. Harper and his lawyers, I say the following:
1. Even thought the word "bribe" is used in this post, this was not in connection with Mr. Harper or any members of the Conservative Party. Clearly, they have done nothing wrong and anyone who suggests otherwise, be they man or audio tape, are wrong.
2. When I said "Stephen Harper" is practicing blatant patronage, I was mistaken. I'm sure he was appointing very qualified individuals who just happened to be Conservatives. And, after all, it's not like he appointed them to a politically sensitive job like, say, returning officer, so there was certainly no harm done.
3. Contrary to what I may have implied, yes, Jim Flaherty did end the long unproductive era of bickering between the federal and provincial governments.
4. Although I called Harper a hypocrite in this post, he clearly is not. His logic was consistent then, as it always is. Things which appear to be inconsistent only appear that way to those whose minds are not as developed as Mr. Harper's.
5. Although I have, over the years, been critical of Mr. Harper's taste in fashion, I must say that he looks absolute dashing in this picture.
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