Wow, they are listening. They actually made space on their website for a picture of someone who is not Stephen Harper. :)
Stephen can tell everyone "that's me with the famous guy."
Maybe Harper should rent space on the big screen in New York with a photo of him and Obama. That's about the only US media this trip will get.
It takes a big man to put a photo of his rival on his corporate website. That's why Harper is who he is.Thanks for posting this. A feel a lump starting to swell in my throat...
Your question is, is it irony . Yes it is. Irony, to quote Northrup Frye is the "all too human" and Harper is so human, so small, so much a Protestant worm, that he wiggle where he willeth, and ... you get the drift. Stephen Harper - too small for Canada, Irony extrudes him.
Thomm,his rival,I assume you mean Obama, Stepho's rival for the most important man of his time. rivals for history and who is more important ?Clue, it ain't Harper, try as he might, wish as might, hope as he might, dog gone it if he might. Stephen Harper - too small for Canada. Iggy, we'll see.
I'm sorry, Stephen and Obama, I just looked at them in the website photo and the words "Leading on the World Stage",and all I could think of was "leading ? Harper ? Leading Obama ?" what a dork. Stephen Harper - too small for Canada.
Jerry,The photo of Harper's rival was the smiling Iggy.
Thomm,the photo of his rival is the man Stephen is standing beside, Obama, a man who's influence he will never share. The non-leader beside the real leader, a man with no message of hope beside a man who emanates hope. Iggy's just there for the Harpercons to piss on.
Jerry,Don't be drinking so early on a Saturday morning. You just end up slurring your thoughts.Obama isn't a Harper "rival". They lead neighboring countries and have remarkably similar policy ideas. They agree in broad terms on Afghanistan, terrorism, the middle east, unification on carbon policies, taxes, China/Russia, and health care.No other party leader in Canada, including Ignatieff is as close on this stuff. So quit with the character assassination. Secondly, if you think Harper "...The non-leader beside the real leader, ..."then you truly have not been paying attention. You may disagree with Harper but you cannot claim that he hasn't been clear in his policies and words, and also direct in doing what he think needs to be done. He has clearly changed Canadian policies in several areas.
"He has clearly changed Canadian policies in several areas."Yes, Tomm, but arguably not for the better. He has been the most divisive Canadian leader in recent memory and at least since Parizeau. He plays the regions off one another then has the gall to drape the flag over him. Yes, he may be a "leader" but that doesn't necessarily make him a good one.
just to correct some details before they go any further; I was not referring to the PM role when I meant leader but any leader. The Parizeau comparison still stands.
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