Pauline Marois, the premier-elect of Quebec, has a shaky minority government, with the balance of power being held by the new Coalition party, and a handful of seats separating the PQ from the Liberal Party. Marois has promised to up the ante in talks with the Harper government, with the aim of taking over as . . . → Read More: CuriosityCat: Quebec: Should PM Harper adopt Henry Kissinger’s ‘benign neglect’ policy?
The Conservatives just can’t seem to get enough of eating their own words.
“The brutal fact here is that something has happened that has never happened before in Canadian history,” Mr. Day, the current Conservative Minister of Trade, said on CTV Newsnet on Tuesday. “And that is two federal leaders have actually signed a deal . . . → Read More: Jacked Up: Harpercrites Exposed!
So let’s do a little comparative analysis:
Number 1: David Warren calls a possible coalition a “Thai-style coup d’état”.
Now as much as I like the guy, I don’t think Dion could fool anyone into thinking he was the commander of a ruthless army. And last time I checked no politicians had been dragged into . . . → Read More: Jacked Up: Democracy Delayed is Democracy Denied