Harper the Egomaniac

Despite Stephen Harper's threat to retool the Canada 35,000,000 Canadians know and love before an election ... he still won!
And he is changing Canada at WARP SPEED, creating a record deficit in just two years, ordering military equipment worth $100,000,000,000, which our country can ill afford and selling off our natural resources to the Chinese.
Too many people did not vote in 2011 and Harper got his majority with just 39% of the ballots cast, giving him the go-ahead to destroy the Canada we love.
Perhaps this record of "comics," as we follow his stupidy for four years, will help to jog some voters in the next election to give him the boot.

And Remember!

Humour ... when reality is too ridiculous!

Thursday, September 27, 2012

"Strong Woman" Votes Against Strong Women!

How The House Voted
How Canadian MPs voted on a private motion to study the definition of human being in the Criminal Code
Tory MP Stephen Woodworth's Motion 312 to study the definition of human life was defeated in the House of Commons Wednesday night, [September 26,2012], with MPs voting 203 to 91 against.
Of the 91 MPs who voted for the the motion, 87 were Conservative and four Liberal. The NDP voted unanimously against.
Among those 87 Tories were 10 ministers (junior ministers included). Jason Kenney, Rona Ambrose, Peter Van Loan, Julian Fantino, Gerry Ritz, Gail Shea, Ed Fast, Peter Penashue, Diane Ablonczy and Alice Wong all voted for the motion.
Liberal MPs John McKay, Lawrence MacAulay, Kevin Lamoureux and Jim Karygiannis also voted for the motion.
Some notable Tory ministers were absent from the vote: Public Safety Minister Vic Toews and Minister Of National Resources Joe Oliver. Both ministers oppose abortion, according to the Campaign Life Coalition, a group which keeps a listing of positions on the issue.
In total, 14 MPs were absent from the vote.

Yea/Nay MP's Last Name
yea Ablonczy
nay Adams
nay Adler
nay Aglukkaq
nay Albas
yea Albrecht
nay Alexander
yea Allen (Tobique—Mactaquac)
nay Allen (Welland)
yea Allison
yea Ambler
yea Ambrose
yea Anders
yea Anderson
nay Andrews
nay Angus
nay Armstrong
nay Ashfield
nay Ashton
nay Aspin
nay Atamanenko
nay Aubin
nay Ayala
nay Baird
nay Bateman
nay Bélanger
nay Bellavance
nay Bennett
yea Benoit
nay Benskin
yea Bergen
nay Bernier
nay Bevington
yea Bezan
nay Blanchette
nay Blanchette-Lamothe
nay Blaney
yea Block
nay Boivin
nay Borg
yea Boughen
nay Boulerice
nay Boutin-Sweet
nay Brahmi
nay Braid
yea Breitkreuz
nay Brison
nay Brosseau
yea Brown (Barrie)
yea Brown (Leeds—Grenville)
yea Brown (Newmarket—Aurora)
yea Bruinooge
nay Butt
nay Byrne
nay Calandra
yea Calkins
yea Cannan
nay Carmichael
nay Caron
yea Carrie
nay Casey
nay Cash
nay Charlton
nay Chicoine
nay Chisholm
nay Chisu
yea Chong
nay Choquette
nay Chow
nay Christopherson
yea Clarke
nay Cleary
nay Clement
nay Comartin
nay Côté
nay Crowder
nay Cullen
nay Cuzner
nay Daniel
yea Davidson
nay Davies (Vancouver East)
nay Davies (Vancouver Kingsway)
nay Day
nay Dechert
yea Del Mastro
yea Devolin
nay Dewar
nay Dionne Labelle
nay Doré Lefebvre
yea Dreeshen
nay Dubé
nay Duncan (Edmonton—Strathcona)
nay Duncan (Etobicoke North)
nay Duncan (Vancouver Island North)
nay Dusseault
nay Dykstra
nay Easter
nay Eyking
yea Fantino
yea Fast
nay Findlay (Delta—Richmond East)
nay Finley (Haldimand—Norfolk)
nay Flaherty
nay Fletcher
nay Foote
nay Freeman
nay Fry
yea Galipeau
yea Gallant
nay Garneau
nay Garrison
nay Genest
nay Genest-Jourdain
nay Giguère
nay Gill
nay Glover
nay Godin
nay Goguen
yea Goldring
nay Goodale
nay Goodyear
nay Gosal
nay Gourde
nay Gravelle
yea Grewal
nay Groguhé
nay Harper
yea Harris (Cariboo—Prince George)
nay Harris (Scarborough Southwest)
nay Harris (St. John's East)
nay Hassainia
yea Hawn
yea Hayes
yea Hiebert
yea Hillyer
nay Hoback
nay Holder
nay Hsu
nay Hughes
nay Hyer
nay Jacob
yea James
yea Jean
yea Kamp (Pitt Meadows—Maple Ridge—Mission)
yea Karygiannis
nay Keddy (South Shore—St. Margaret's)
nay Kellway
yea Kenney (Calgary Southeast)
nay Kent
nay Kerr
yea Komarnicki
nay Kramp (Prince Edward—Hastings)
yea Lake
yea Lamoureux
nay Lapointe
nay Larose
nay Latendresse
yea Lauzon
nay Laverdière
nay Lebel
nay LeBlanc (Beauséjour)
nay LeBlanc (LaSalle—Émard)
nay Leef
nay Leitch
yea Lemieux
nay Leslie
nay Leung
nay Liu
yea Lizon
yea Lobb
yea Lukiwski
yea Lunney
yea MacAulay
nay MacKay (Central Nova)
nay MacKenzie
nay Mai
nay Marston
nay Martin
nay Masse
nay Mathyssen
nay May
yea Mayes
nay McCallum
yea McColeman
nay McGuinty
yea McKay (Scarborough—Guildwood)
nay McLeod
nay Menegakis
nay Menzies
yea Merrifield
nay Michaud
yea Miller
nay Moore (Abitibi—Témiscamingue)
yea Moore (Fundy Royal)
nay Moore (Port Moody—Westwood—Port Coquitlam)
nay Morin (Chicoutimi—Le Fjord)
nay Morin (Laurentides—Labelle)
nay Morin (Notre-Dame-de-Grâce—Lachine)
nay Morin (Saint-Hyacinthe—Bagot)
nay Mourani
nay Mulcair
nay Murray
nay Nantel
nay Nash
nay Nicholls
nay Nicholson
yea Norlock
nay Nunez-Melo
nay Obhrai
nay O'Connor
yea O'Neill Gordon
yea Opitz
nay Pacetti
nay Papillon
nay Paradis
nay Patry
yea Payne
nay Péclet
yea Penashue
nay Perreault
nay Pilon
nay Plamondon
yea Poilievre
nay Preston
nay Quach
nay Rae
nay Raitt
yea Rajotte
yea Rathgeber
nay Ravignat
nay Raynault
nay Regan
nay Reid
nay Rempel
nay Richards
nay Rickford
yea Ritz
nay Rousseau
nay Sandhu
nay Saxton
nay Scarpaleggia
nay Schellenberger
nay Scott
yea Seeback
nay Sellah
nay Sgro
yea Shea
yea Shipley
nay Shory
nay Simms (Bonavista—Gander—Grand Falls—Windsor)
nay Sims (Newton—North Delta)
nay Sitsabaiesan
nay Smith
nay Sopuck
yea Sorenson
nay Stanton
nay St-Denis
nay Stewart
nay Stoffer
yea Storseth
yea Strahl
nay Sullivan
yea Sweet
nay Thibeault
nay Tilson
yea Toet
nay Toone
nay Tremblay
yea Trost
nay Trottier
nay Trudeau
nay Truppe
nay Turmel
yea Tweed
nay Uppal
nay Valcourt
nay Valeriote
yea Van Kesteren
yea Van Loan
yea Vellacott
nay Wallace
yea Warawa
yea Warkentin
yea Watson
yea Weston (Saint John)
yea Weston (West Vancouver—Sunshine Coast—Sea to Sky Country)
nay Wilks
yea Williamson
yea Wong
yea Woodworth
nay Yelich
yea Young (Oakville)
nay Young (Vancouver South)
yea Zimmer