Monday, November 5, 2007

Hang 'em High

As I've warned for quite some time and wrote about over the past few days, this government has a hidden agenda. The death penalty may never get tabled in the House, but you can bet that they thought about it.

You have the security guy, Stock Day, that voted for the death penalty in 1994. And, you have Justice Minister Rob Nicholson, then in the Mulroney caucus, that voted for it in 1987.

Just what did you think they would be doing?

1 comment:

RuralSandi said...

I'm curious about Harper's previous views on the death penalty - I haven't been able to find any info on that but I would suspect that because he was the big honcho in the Reform Party he would be for it.

Harper said he wasn't interested in a debate on the issue BUT if he had a majority a debate wouldn't be required would it?