Playing blind man's bluff costly

Victoria, B.C., Wednesday, May 27th, 2009, by : Eugene Parks

About six months ago, Mr. Harper asked for our votes. He said the economy is fine and we should invest in the stock market.

He played poker with the Canadian economy and our jobs in order to bluff his way to government.

Since then 400,000 jobs have been lost and the federal government has fallen $50 billion into deficit.

May Canada have few leaders like him - we cannot afford to play his game.

Eugene Parks


CBC News, Opposition demands PM fire Flaherty over ballooning deficit, May 27, 2009, CBC

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