Now, let me get this right. Steve wants Canadians to give him a majority so that the opposition parties don't sabotage his government's ability to deal with the coming economic crisis.
Sabotage? This, of course, coming from the guy who ensured that every member of his caucus had a manual on how to subvert parliament, especially parliamentary committees. A manual. A how-to-sabotage-government handbook. And this arrogant clown, without offering the slightest evidence, claims the opposition parties would do what only his party has done to date. What a sphincter!
So, no evidence of sabotage plans beyond Steve's word and he's shown us all we need to know about what his word is worth. He's not quite John McCain yet but he could get there.
But, better yet, why doesn't Steve tell us what his government plans to do about this looming economic crisis? He's had the reins of power these past two years, he's got all the experts working for him. He ought to be coming to the voters with a concrete plan. So where is it?
Nowhere to be seen, that's where it is. If a plan exists, he's not going to share it with the electorate. But, if he wins, he'll puff himself up and claim he's got a mandate to effect measures he wouldn't disclose to the voters during the campaign.
A sphincter, the guy's a sphincter.