Conservatives need dose of honesty

Sorry Dan Albas, but the smell leaking out of a filthy Conservative honey wagon has to go.

Sorry Dan Albas, but the smell leaking out of a filthy Conservative honey wagon has to go.

Thanks to the three stooges that spent their time ripping off the public actually did a public service by bringing  the shenanigans of  Harper’s PMO office, Senate and God only knows what’s next to the surface.

Preach all you want in your weekly notes but the train hauling truth is just around the bend. Being a former member of the RCAF I wonder where this government gets the credentials to order people to battle while they roost comfortably in the chicken house surrounded by golden eggs!

Try filling the boots that were blown off the legs and feet of your protector’s as they have no use for them now.

The time is long past due to abolish the senate and all politician’s that harm the people and our precious Canada.

Where are those bells on the hill that rang signalling the ouster of former PM Joe Clark.

Harper better be careful of the door hitting him hard on the ass on the way out.

Tom Isherwood

Olalla

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