Thursday, March 31, 2011

Photo: Yes to Democracy

With Canada's latest electoral campaign close to sewing up its first week, talk of coalition is always in the air. So I just thought I'd leave this photo here, taken in January 2010 during the protest against Prime Minister Stephen Harper's second proroguing of Parliament since the last election. Because we all know how democratic it is to lock the doors of the legislature.

You do remember that Harper has up and closed Parliament when he wasn't going to get his way, right?

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1 comment:

  1. Here's a frightening topic to think about: how many people would still vote for Harper if he announced out loud that his eventual plan was to shut down Canadian democracy?