vaccine panic of 2020 is over - for now. Canadians
are no longer at the ‘back of the line’ — and a lot of other countries
aren’t so lucky
Aaron Wherry ~~ CBC News ~~ Dec 10, 2020
of the Official Opposition opened Wednesday’s question period with a complaint
about the design of the federal wage subsidy. So the prime minister took it
upon himself to bring up the day’s big news ...
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Since Mr. O’Toole, other opposition leaders and the media seem incapable of asking the obvious questions; I will do it for them:
- What did it
cost us to get early access to Pfizer COVID vaccine doses?
- If there is
no added cost, why did the Prime Minister lie about vaccine delays?
- When will the Prime Minister start using the plain truth in his announcements?
The half-truths, innuendos and manipulations have grown tawdry and tiresome.
information is the equivalent of lying. If Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s
plans for Canada are not consistent with the aims and objectives of most
Canadians, he is not governing democratically.
Winning an election does not relieve the government of the day from its obligation to represent all Canadians and govern consistent with their desires and needs.
In a democracy, a political party cannot claim a mandate to govern as it deems appropriate. That is substituting despotism for democracy.
John Feldsted ... is a pollical commentator, consultant, and strategist. He makes his home in Winnipeg, Manitoba.