Thursday, April 28, 2011

Endorsing the Tories

 The people of Canada need to elect a Majority Conservative government in order to continue our economic and jobs growth.  The ndp is reckless and without real costed  policies. jack maybe be a nice guy but he would be a very scary as leader of the coalition.They would be an economic disaster as well as reigniting a bitter national unity debate. The grits have become a non issu. iffy is just not capable of governing.

The Globe and Mail:

Only Stephen Harper and the Conservative Party have shown the leadership, the bullheadedness (let's call it what it is) and the discipline this country needs. He has built the Conservatives into arguably the only truly national party, and during his five years in office has demonstrated strength of character, resolve and a desire to reform. Canadians take Mr. Harper's successful stewardship of the economy for granted, which is high praise. He has not been the scary character portrayed by the opposition; with some exceptions, his government has been moderate and pragmatic.

The Suburban in Montreal

Economically, Prime Minister Harper's stewardship has been without peer in the developed world. The opposition's criticisms that we are in a deficit are specious arguments. All western nations are in deficit because of the need for stimulus spending after the 2008 crash. The opposition actually wanted more spending which would have resulted in an even bigger deficit. The Prime Minister's mix has been just right. Not too cold.

Not too hot. It has made us the envy of the world. The corporate tax cuts he has proposed are essential to guarantee that our economic recovery and growth continues unabated. They will allow Canadian companies to invest in themselves, grow and create more jobs for Canadians. Harper is our only alternative to the tax and spend chaos of the left.

The Windsor Star

Two things are critical to this region's continued success as it turns the corner on economic recovery. The first is electing a majority Tory government on May 2. The second is casting your vote to make sure that happens.

The reasons to do so are legion, starting with the border file. The Stephen Harper government has forged a strong bond with Mich. Gov. Rick Snyder and members of the Michigan legislature, and that relationship must not be compromised.


Roy Elsworth said...

people don't seemm to give a crap they want canada to be the laughing stalk of the world. they seem to want us to be like Greece. and Europe where there so flat broke. they seem to want us to of the way of the usa is bye borrowing trillions of dollars. they seem to not want a stable economy. there seem to be more excited of a cap and trade and a tax and spend government. well I guess western sepratism will be happening soom. and everyone know that quebec can't live without B.C and Albertas tax money going to quebec. then we'll see howwell they can run there daycare in theprovince.

Alberta Girl said...

Funny how all these papers are now coming out with kudos to Harper.

Where the hell were they during his 5 years in office when they ran editorials and columns slagging him at every turn!!

The media have created this situation we find ourselves in and their last second "support" may be too little too late.

Thucydides said...

The national media may have woken up to the fact they are "big business" and firmly in the sights of the NDP.

They will have a hard time competing with the CBC receiving even more funding while they are entangled in higher taxes and regulations at every turn.

You reap what you sow

Mark, Ottawa said...

If by any chance T. Jack became PM, and the Dippers had ministers in charge of say some of Foreign Affairs, Defence and Public Safety, can you imagine the reductions in, and cut off of in some cases of, defence–and esp. intelligence–exchanges by our closest allies? Not to mention the security problems for Canadian organizations.

These considerations would also obtain if the NDP occupied some such offices under a coalition with a Liberal PM.


Anonymous said...

Don't forget the National Post.

I Support Lord Black