Who says Prime Minister Stephen Harper doesn’t answer to anyone?
Harper, who is notorious for refusing questions from the media, took part Tuesday in a Facebook question and answer session live from Facebook’s Toronto office. (His political rivals NDP Leader Tom Mulcair and Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau took part in Facebook Q&As last month.)
It was a change of course for the Conservative leader, who notably has posted the sum total of zero replies on his social media accounts.
Most of the questions and comments read largely like a Top 10 list of Tory hits: reducing the federal debt, abolishing the Senate, the threat of the Islamic State and economic growth.
Harper, who is seeking a fourth term, responded to questions ranging from medicare funding to veteran’s affairs. Whether he answered them in his carefully crafted responses is a matter of interpretation.
“I voted for you last election my only concern being a Canadian veteran I receive a PTSD pension. I’m a Harper supporter but IRead More »from Harper Facebook ‘AMA‘ reads like page from Tory Top 10 hits