Harper’s stance on Israel, Ukraine applauded

“You just changed my vote,” a lady said to me. Here is why. I said, “Before 2006, Canada was not a nation of any importance.

“You just changed my vote,” a lady said to me. Here is why. I said, “Before 2006, Canada was not a nation of any importance. This past eight years Canada has become world-renowned as the best country in the world. All thanks to the best prime minister Canada has ever had. This brave man stands before the UN and fearlessly speaks out in favour of Israel and Ukraine, defending their right to exist. No other country leader has done that. Mr. Harper stands alone regardless of the “global” pressure to keep silent in his defence of these two threatened countries. That’s courage. That’s why I’ll vote for him. Canada will survive because of his stand.

Miriam Leggett

 

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