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Friday, January 20, 2006

National Review - Harper to ease us into Conservatism

Whoops someone in the US did not get Paul Weyrich's memo.
"Canadian voters have been led to believe that American conservatives are scary and if the Conservative party can be linked with us, they perhaps can diminish a Conservative victory. Chipeur asks that if Canadian media calls, please do not be interviewed until Monday evening at which point hopefully there will be reason to celebrate." - See the email at the Gazzetter. Wenyrich of course is one of if not the leading strategist for the right wing in the USA

Seems US conservatives are less diciplined that Harper's team right now. What's curious here is the last bit of the article...,

I'm a Lumberjack and I'm okay

"Harper’s moderation is a recognition that the Canadians have become accustomed to the easy chair of subsidies and regulation. He knows that massive change would be rejected. So he is inviting modern Canada to take the first small steps back to economic independence, self-reliance, and national pride — perhaps with more to follow as the patient grows stronger.
But is there still a lumberjack under all that mascara?"
National Review

Election, Canada, Politics, Conservative Party of Canada, Stephen Harper

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