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War on terror, yawn. Here’s the real news:

It’s in the paper again today (this time the Halifax Chronicle-Herald), which can only mean one thing:  The good Conservative government of Stephen Harper must be making another positive announcement today to continue the effort to move Canada forward into sanity.  As we know, liberals and their media are against that. 

As we’ve heard in the national liberal mainstream media every day for the past week or so (no—nothing has changed—they just can’t keep the excitement bottled-up inside), Justin (Junior) Trudeau is maybe thinking about perhaps nearing a decision on possibly edging closer to thinking about honoring us with his presence on the political stage, as a rock star! 

He’ll be joining Barack (Hussein) Obama from the then-better United States, who is already, as we know, a rock star.  And Cindy Sheahan, rock star moonbat on steroids. 

I understand Rosie O’Donnell will be their speech writer.

Vote liberal. 

Oh yeah and death to America.

Justin (Junior) Trudeau

Cindy Sheahan  Barack (Hussein) Obama

Rosie O'Donnell

And in a totally unrelated different story:

Quebec Liberal MP Jean Lapierre to resign

Updated Thu. Jan. 11 2007 10:45 AM ET News Staff

Quebec Liberal MP Jean Lapierre is leaving federal politics to enter broadcasting, further boosting the prospects of the minority Conservative government.

The news comes less than one week after Liberal MP Wajid Khan defected to the Conservatives.

The 50-year-old Lapierre will be out of politics by the end of January, The Canadian Press reports, in order to join Montreal’s TVA television network.

He will co-host a weekly politics show with reporter Paul Larocque.

[…] His announcement leaves the Montreal riding of Outremont open. Many have speculated that Justin Trudeau is making a bid for the seat, though he has not confirmed the rumours.

Former prime minister Pierre Trudeau’s eldest son joined the Liberal riding association in Outremont about two months ago, Montreal’s La Presse newspaper reported this week.

(Hat tip to gotabrain)

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