This is utter nonsense. First Link Google is a search engine. Try backing up some of this stupidity.
www.google.ca/search?hl=en&q=...ffice+on&meta= (external - login to view)
google search for "stephen harper took office on"
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google search for "accountability act"
Rotor reports to the deputy minister and minister. This is a very high level appointment.
Rather moot considering they were in England at the time with very little contact or exercisable control by the minister or deputy minister.
The major problem and detriment for conservatives is their lack of maturity and intellectual capability. There is a heavy reliance for thought on right wing puppeteers such as Ann Coulter and we see an abundance of her myopic witticisms in Graeme’s posts. “sanch you are really showing your ignorance” is a straight Coulterism. It’s like you’re addicted to baby pabulum.
Coulter is an ideologue and every pitch or hit from conservatives is a home run or grand slam to her. Not just picking on Coulter as she is just an example of a trend. Still there are a lot of foul balls and missed hits here by Harper and troop and to call all these home runs is delusional.
well this came out of left field and I will not properly address any of it.
[quote]This is very much a partisan issue. Harper campaigned on reforming government. He has done nothing but try and play the corrupt system. [quote]
hmm you nestled one true statement between 2 false ones.... is this like the game "which one of these, is not like the other"?
Statement 1.) Two men with free will, who are not "partisan" in their civil service do something in another country, for which there may or may not be an excuse.... What makes this partisan?
2.) Yes - He did
3.) So which specific case of harper playing the "corrupt" system are you referring?
I think you may be in the wrong country. There is no tradition or mechansim in Canada for investigating corruption. Did you not listen to any of Harper's campaign speaches? Apparently not. Try reading the Gomery report.
I didn't make any mention of a "tradition or mechanism in Canada for investigating corruption" although there is one, but I didn't mention it, PLUS it is being re-vamped!
Please see Google search for Accountability Act, you can learn all you need to know: what it contains, when it will likely be passed in to law, what amendments have been made by the committee, parliament, and I think senate.