Not Today

Posted By on February 8, 2011

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5 Responses to “Not Today”

  1. Pootz says:

    I don’t know how you do it Randy! I am actually intimidated by politics and have managed to avoid becoming the least bit educated on the topic. The only thing I know is..well… bullshit when I smell it! I have felt guilty for years and ‘less Canadian” for not being able to wrap my head around the issues and for not doing my part in making my voice heard. How does it go? … better to remain silent and thought a fool than to vote for a lying, cheating bastard and remove all doubt! I’d vote TWICE if I could vote ‘against’, until then I’m there beside you also passing on dessert.

  2. Peter Thompson says:

    Randy
    It is interesting how you get to the point .
    A choice or will of the people always seems to get lost in the Harlem shuffle of politics . The number one goal is survival when in office .If you think a politician isn’t aware of whose ass they have to kiss to stay there think again ! Favors paved the way to that seat. Surveys can and most times are structured to achieve the desired result .

    The needs of the constituents get traded off as back scratchers in Parliament . I wonder who would profit if the monies were approved for new prisons being built for future criminals?How about spending the same amount on crime prevention !!! Now that’s a joke.!

    And there is the case of a knee jerk reaction to a tragedy in Montreal that has cost Canadians billions ,and is continuing to cost law abiding citizens to regulate law abiding citizens !! And the notion that it helps the police is just a notion .Police forces through out Canada have no access to the firearms reregistration.And if they did , you know all Canadian criminals would have their firearms in the system ! bull shit
    Because of P R and poll rating to keep their jobs, it is really sad their only action was to focus on law abiding Canadians
    How many times have the people felt sold out ,regardless of party ?

    So until a man that holds the public trust as an elected representative does what he says ………

    Peter

  3. Randy says:

    Next election, I smell a “Not Today” party in the offing. And by “party” I mean the drinking kind.

  4. Troy says:

    For the first time in my life since reaching the age of majority, I am contemplating destroying my ballot at the next federal election. I have been left no choice in the matter as the various party leaders are either complete twits, american ass-lickers, traitors or a combination of all three.

    I couldn’t agree more with Randy’s sentiment, but I would add one further twist; upon entering office, the Prime Minister should have all property and assets siezed. If they perform adequately, at the end of their term, the assets are returned and they receive a financial reward commenserate with their success. Perform poorly, assets are forfeited and they are reduced to penury. How’s that for incentive??

  5. Randy says:

    Troy, I have heard you rant in my presence more than once, but the suggestion you made here is priceless. You can rant on my blog any day.

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