September 29, 2008 by Joseph Krohn
Conservative Leader Stephen Harper has taken Sunday off, the only major party leader who’s not on the campaign trail.
Bloc Québécois Leader Gilles Duceppe, campaigned in Quebec, told reporters that the leaders’ debates will be his focus this week. Liberal Leader Stéphane Dion attended an event with Liberal women in the morning and was the guest on CBC Radio’s Cross Country Checkup Sunday afternoon. NDP Leader Jack Layton launched the party’s official platform in Toronto Sunday afternoon. The Green party’s Elizabeth May has finished her cross-country train tour in Halifax, and was campaigning in the Nova Scotia riding of Central Nova, where she is challenging Tory incumbent Peter MacKay.
There is something to be said for a man that will honour the Lord’s Day. God set aside one day of the week for man to rest and to worship God. I believe it is a testimony of our Prime Minister’s faithfulness to God and to the conservative views that he was raised with to obey God’s Word. He is the type of man that I would like to keep as prime minister. Canada needs a man to lead them that fears God and is willing to seek Him when it comes to the issues of the day.
Mr. Harper may not be perfect. He may have made mistakes in the best and he will probably do things that I dislike in the future, but at this point he seems to be the only party leader that is attempting to be a believer.
So, for what it is worth, Canadian Perspective Inc. casts its political support behind the Conservative Party and their leader the Rt. Hon. Stephen Harper.