What does Stephen Harper have in store for this country?

Dec 8, 2000, Harper had an article published in the National Post, entitled "Separation, Alberta-style: It is time to seek a new relationship with Canada"

A few quotes:

"It is to take the bricks and begin building another home -- a stronger and much more autonomous Alberta"

"Separation will become a real issue the day the federal government decides to make it one"

"Canada appears content to become a second-tier socialistic country"

And of course there is his famous line about building firewalls around Alberta, but I was unable to find the article anyplace in cyberspace (is that term passe now? Is it still cool to talk about "surfing the web"?), so I'll let that one be.

But his cries for Albertan independance aside, the following Harper comment should shock all, and is particularly pertinent now that he is asking for votes:

"west of Winnipeg the ridings the Liberals hold are dominated by people who are either recent Asian immigrants or recent migrants from eastern Canada: people who live in ghettoes and who are not integrated into western Canadian society."

Do these horrible people even deserve to vote? Perhaps they should be rounded up and...ok I doubt even he'd go that far.

Anyway, the subject of this entry was what does Harper have in store for us, and I think his own words speak volumes about what he believes. Even if this nasty fellow should ever become PM , there's hope in the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, although he has promised to repeal that.