How many promises have been made and then broken since the last election? Since Confederation? There’s so much at stake at election time. Have the political parties had our best interests at heart? Their promises resonate with…”We love our country. We love our people.”
But how great is their love for the Canadian people, really? Broken promises should bring sadness, remorse. But instead the government offers only excuses for the empty and broken promises – promises that you paid for, that resulted in ‘nothing’ for most of us. Promises however that ‘brought in the vote’.
Without love for the Canadian family it’s just too easy to ‘fake and break’ promises.
Remember you are the employers of the government – you always have been. But why doesn’t it feel this way? Most of our employees like Stephen Harper, Paul Martin, et al have been negligent (criminal?) in their office. Democracy in Canada. Is this where we wanted to be? Is this the Canada we had hoped for? Is this the Canada we are willing to settle for. A Canada where some ‘win’ and some (most) ‘lose’.
In a family, everyone should win. Otherwise, it would be unjust. And aren’t we part of the Canadian family? Where we care about one another’s children as well as our own?
We are asking you to make Canada better. We want you to ask ‘the questions’ because you deserve the answers.
We need unity. Unity begins with love and respect for all members of the Canadian family. And listening to one another is the beginning of understanding.
We are listening. Together we will make a difference for all of Canada!
It is your right to know where we stand. We answer, “We stand on guard for you.”
The PPP Family