|We don't need more of him.
This morning, as usual I was listening to the talk show on the C.F.R.A radio station like I do every morning. I was surprised to hear a young politician blasting the Prime Minister, accusing him of trying to make this country his country. I will admit that Mr. Harper is going too far in my opinion on being tough on crime. Even going so far as to give the police the power to infringe on our personal communication on the Internet. In addition to other changes that he wants to make. That does not sound too good to me and if he succeeds in doing that type of thing, then what?
How far is he going to go to infringe on our personal life? I mentioned in one of my previous blog posts what he might turn out to be if he was in total control and now he’s showing us what his agenda would be. I agree with Mr. Justin Trudeau with some of what he says about Harper because Harper is starting to show what he’s all about. Mr. Trudeau says that he would like to see Canada like it was. I have news for Mr. Trudeau however - we, the older generation, would like to see it like it was before his dad the former Prime Minister of Canada had gotten a hold of the country and changed it all around to make this country his country. I'm speaking of course of Pierre Trudeau.
Justin Trudeau was too young at the time to know how this country was before his dad took over as the Prime Minister. Before Pierre Trudeau took over this was Canada and it belonged to us Canadians. Trudeau brought in Multiculturalism and the metric system and some laws were changed for some to appease other cultures. Now we Canadians don’t feel like we are in our own country.
So Mr. Trudeau before you start blasting this Prime Minister find out what this country was before your dad took over. If you are working to some day become Prime Minister you are going about it the wrong way because the way you spoke out this morning of which we heard on the radio brought us back to what your dad did and we sure didn’t like it and we still don’t. I must remind you also, that trying to get the Quebec people to vote to separate from this country, you will never succeed and the proof was shown to every one in the last election.
For you to become successful will be tough. You have three strikes against you already. First you’re a Liberal. Second you sound like a separatists. And third, you don’t have enough experience or should I say enough of the diplomacy that makes for a good politician. I will admit that you are allowed to express you're opinion but a good politician doesn't blast off like you did this morning without thinking of a better way to express oneself without sounding like an immature politician and a separatists.
My advice to you Mr. J. Trudeau is to learn about politics and the way a good politician would study what he has to say and put it in words that you can sound off without showing your immaturity at being a politician.
These are my opinions and my rant of the day.