Harper’s optimistic economic outlook

Stephen Harper predicts Canada will emerge from the global recession faster than other countries, and stronger than before.

Canada was the last advanced country to fall into this recession, we will make sure its effects here are the least severe, and we will come out of this faster than anyone, and stronger than ever.

– Prime Minister Stephen Harper

8 thoughts on “Harper’s optimistic economic outlook

  1. Neither of your statements are true!

    Harper never said Canada would be unaffected by the collapse, in fact he said Canada WOULD be affected, and he called an election 1 month earlier than Dion wanted so he would have a fresh mandate to deal with the crisis, and so we wouldn’t be in the middle of an election during the G20 meeting in November. You know, the November G20 meeting in Washington where Harper agreed to stimulus of at least 2% of GDP?

  2. Yes, you can tell Harper’s a trained economist since he originally insisted that Canada wouldn’t be affected by the economic collapse. AND that no stimulis spending was needed. What’s he spending now? 50 billion, isn’t it?

  3. Harper quote: •In terms of the unemployed, of which we have over a million-and-a-half, I don’t feel particularly bad for many of these people. They don’t feel bad about it themselves, as long as they’re receiving generous social assistance and unemployment insurance.

  4. You guys are morons, Harper is the only party leader who is a TRAINED economist. Don’t play yourselves bitches, he is the right man to be at the helm right now

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