What could go wrong if we send Canadian money to bail out Europe?

- June 12th, 2012

I really don’t know why Prime Minister Stephen Harper is being so mean! Why won’t he just do what Germany’s ambassador and NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair have suggested and send Canadian ta dollars to the IMF to bail out Europe.

I mean, they are good for it right? What could possibly go wrong?

On second thoughts, let’s keep our money and send them Mulcair.

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6 comments

  1. Jen says:

    Here is a twitter from Joan Crockatt

    Joan Crockatt‏@Crockatteer

    Enbridge announces 60% of First Nations have signed equity agreements to build the Gateway pipeline. #yyc @660News

    Do us a favour Brian ‘drum the message down the ndp throats’ re to natives who really want to work and not laze around for comfort.

  2. Bill Elder says:

    Not a toonie not a loonie not a penny to the degenerate socialism ravaging the EU. This was the big experiment in decadent socialism driven by crony capitalism and a monopolist banking cartel and it has been an epic failure.

    Not one cent Mr. Harper. If Mad Tom the French citizen is enamoured of dystopian Ruro socialism, I suggest he invest his savings in EU bonds.

    One commentor on SNN was heard to say, “Europe is the birth place of the Nanny state and it is where it will die”. Well it’s dying now because there is nothing sustainable about nanny state klepto-nomics. The sooner they collapse and set about restructuring a free market system under Austrian economics the better – then again Euros are gluttons for punishment – I mean they ignored Austrian School of economics for some mutant blend of altruist economics spliced to monopolist banking and all they got was a flat bank account and massive debt.

    Harper is so right to give them the bum’s rush.

  3. Stephen Smith says:

    Simple fact is we don’t have the money to send them. Our economy and that of the US is right on the edge of another downturn and we don’t need a shove from across the pond.

  4. Constantin says:

    Irresponsible leeches may cling to power minutes longer than they would otherwise. I admit that, if they are “family”. one’s perspective on whether this would be a bad or a good thing, could be a little distorted. That being said, despite the precipitous and shamefull fall into the dust bin of history, big government liberals show remarkably little solidarity.
    I encourage Mr. Mulcair to offer one of his rental properties as collateral for the Spanish bail out, although, for other reasns, he may want to hold on to his ability to help until France screams for help. Oh! Forgive me! I completely forgot that his kind of generosity tends to manifest itself with other people’s money…
    The unanwered question regardibg the legality of the Spanish bail out keeps popping up. A journalist might find it fun to corner Mr, Mulcair with this qyestion. :-)

  5. Brian says:

    What could go wrong? Well a quick look at Greece and Spain are all the evidence we need to “just say no”.

  6. Dave says:

    I’ll chip in on Mulcair’s ticket, on the condition he never comes back.

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