“I don’t think journalism is an option once you’ve crossed the line over into politics. I wouldn’t be seen as an independent analyst anymore,” she said over the summer. “I’ve had a fantastic career as a journalist. I’ve loved every single second, but I do feel we have the best leader in the world and we have to support him.”
Indeed. We Canadians are truly blessed to have Prime Minister Stephen Harper at the helm during these turbulent times.
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Harper urges U.S. to avoid cliff, but looks to Asia as a backup plan – Vancouver Sun:
“We can as a country continue to look at all these worrying developments around the world and fret, but I think what really matters is we’re going to have a lot of these kinds of problems for a while, that’s my assessment,” Harper said earlier in the day, as he attended the opening of an Canadian-managed IMAX theatre opening.
“We’ve got to focus on the mid-term and keep making the decisions and changes necessary in our own country so that we realize the opportunities to create jobs and growth, regardless of what may happen in the United States, Europe and other economies that have longer term problems.”
Great pic here of PM Stephen Harper & wife Laureen ‘getting married’.