Canadian Election Results: Libtards Not Welcome, Eh?
Obama can’t be happy about this. I’m sure it’s a bitter pill to swallow. Good thing he has his OBL victory to cling to:
Canada’s Conservative Majority Trumps Left-Wing Revolution!
– Judi McLeod Tuesday, May 3, 2011 – CFP
Take heart America! The Obama Regime-supported Liberals were not just wiped out in last night’s Canadian federal election, they were routed right off the map.
Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper, attacked by Americans like Robert Kennedy Jr. for his “religiosity” made history with a third election victory—and first solid majority.
The Liberals forced back from 77 seats when the writ was dropped to a paltry 34 elected and leading at the time of this writing, were the hope of President Barack Obama’s former financial advisor Larry Summers, Samantha Power, wife of Obama czar Cass Sunstein, among others.
In the stinging humiliation dealt the Liberals, Leader Michael Ignatieff lost his seat.
In Harper’s historic victory, Liberals, known as Canada’s once “natural governing party”, were left in third place behind the New Democratic Party (NDP).
Bloc Quebecois, whose Leader Gilles Duceppe lost his own seat, became an overnight rump. It was the first time since 1993 that Canada’s Separatist Party didn’t claim at least half of Quebec’s 75 seats.
Even with Osama bin Laden’s death dominating front page news, the news of the election travelled like wildfire beyond Canadian borders. Canadians not only broke election day Twitter blackout—but knocked Obama’s Osama story down to number  position, worldwide.
The main strategy of the revolution-bound far left, with the spread of disinformation by Council of Canadians and others that had Harper selling Canada out to the European Union, boomeranged when Canadians went to the polls to give Harper a majority of 166 elected and leading seats.
Respect for the mainstream media, which had predicted a much tighter race with the possibility of a, NDP Jack Layton-led minority, took the same nosedive as the Liberals and Bloc Quebecois, leaving Layton alone in the post-election fight against the Tories.
The election proves the great divide between the far left and average Canadians.
The number one issue for Canadians was the economy. The number one issue for the lib-left was revolution.
The message for Obama? Your revolution isn’t welcome on Canadian soil.Explore posts in the same categories: Canada, politics