Sing this every time you see his picture, and believe me you'll see his picture a lot. And I mean a lot.
Dave Bennett wrote on the Canadian Dimension: Now is the Hour: Say Goodbye to Stephen Harper
I've ordered the party favours and we have the music. The day that man and his sidekick Guy Giorno walk off the Hill the cheering will be deafening. Hands down the worst government we've ever had.
Na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na ... hey, hey.. GOODBYE!!!
Whether you saw him as a scheming megalomaniac or as an ill-advised puppet, the effect is the same ... Harper and his team must go. More and more Canadians are moved to gather the evidence, and I offer a sample in this article. York Prof. James Laxer wrote in his blog, “Reducing the normally vibrant city of Toronto to a comatose vegetable has not been a pretty sight. We have been treated to the methods of police state where there is no connect between the people and their supposed leaders. This must never be allowed to happen in our country again.”
James Laxer again: “Now the Harper government is back to putting ideology ahead of economic thinking. The Conservatives plan to continue lowering tax rates for corporations and the wealthy and they are determined to slash government spending, except for military outlays. Bash public servants, hold down their incomes, and cut social spending — that’s the recipe. If adopted by a large part of the world, it’s a recipe for depression.”
Now everybody sing: "I don't like Stephen Harper .. I wish that he'd just go away" These guys are definitely invited to the party.