STEPHEN HARPER LET TORY GOVT. FALL: Prime Minister, Defence Minister Peter MacKay, seven others didn’t vote to defend their own so-called ‘Conservative’ Party record March 10, 2011, but Helena Guergis did!

Stephen Harper

Calgary’s disgraceful excuse for a Prime Minister:

A fascist Dictator pretending to be a cowboy at the Calgary Stampede

 

OPENPARLIAMENT.CA VOTING DATA

REVEALS HOW IT ALL CAME FALLING DOWN

 

  March 10, 2011 was the date of Vote #202 in the House of Commons, on an Opposition motion to denounce the disgraceful record of the so-called ‘Conservative Party of Canada’ government, led by Stephen Harper.

  The Prime Minister did not show up to vote on that momentous day, thus further showing his profound contempt for the Parliament of the Canadian people.

  His bellicose Defence Minister, Peter MacKay, also did not show up to defend the Tories, nor did Garry Breitkreuz, Phil McColman and James Rajotte, all members of the War Party’s ‘Conservative’ branch.

  Four other Tories were ‘paired’ with members of the Bloc Quebecois, in a bizarre ‘deal’ between that tiresome sold-out Quebec separatist party and the decadent Tories.

  These four Tories neither voted yea nor nay, nor did their Bloc counterparts.

  ‘Paired means “I would vote with my party.

 ‘But instead I’ll vote neither yay nor nay.

   ‘It’s part of a deal to balance out the missing vote of an absent member from an opposing party – the member I’m paired with,’ according to a message found at the OpenParliament.ca website.

  Four Members of Parliament from the separatist Bloc Quebecois were paired with four members of the Tories and none of these members voted one way or another on March 10, 2010.

  The four ‘paired’ Tories were Joy Smith, John Duncan, Steven Blaney and Gord Brown.

   They were ‘paired’ with the separatists Pascal -Pierre Paille, Michel Guimond, Francine Lalonde and Maria Mourani.

Independent Quebecois Member of Parliament Andre Arthur also didn’t vote.

  Strangely, Helena Guergis, a member of the Conservative Party of Canada who has been banished to sit as an Independent, voted to support the very party that is persecuting her!

  The final vote was 145 ‘yea’ and 135 ‘nay’.

  Had these Members of Parliament bothered to vote, the final outcome may not have been the fall of the government, but might have been a tie, thus forcing the election-mad and self-serving M. P.s to deal with the Libyan War and the future of nuclear power in Canada.

[Please refer to the comments section for the link to OpenParliament.ca.]

 

Gregory Paul Michael Hartnell, President

Concerned Citizens’ Coalition

PAX CHRISTI

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One Response to STEPHEN HARPER LET TORY GOVT. FALL: Prime Minister, Defence Minister Peter MacKay, seven others didn’t vote to defend their own so-called ‘Conservative’ Party record March 10, 2011, but Helena Guergis did!

  1. goyodelarosa says:

    VOTE # 202 RESULTS,
    HOUSE OF COMMONS, OTTAWA
    MARCH 10, 2011:
    TO DENOUNCE THE GOVERNMENT OF CANADA:
    @ OPENPARLIAMENT.CA

    http://openparliament.ca/bills/votes/40-3/202/

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