Decision Canada 2006

Tuesday, January 17, 2006

A majority is not a majority - Harper

It is an odd statement but it does make sense.

According to Harper
  • The Courts have been appointed by the Liberals
  • The Senate was appointed by the Liberals
  • The civil service was appointed by the Liberals.
Well, this does make some sense it is still all behind a push by Harper to "out the Liberals" - people are still a little uneasy to Conservative but want to see the end of the Liberals.

We shall see how this plays out, but the Liberals ad blunder combined with a well run Conservative show, I think we might see a much different government. I don't think it's going to be anything like the NDP wipeout in BC - though it is possible. It's also possible we will see another Liberal minority. We are in the third period of a nailbiter, it's a one goal game and the refs (third party advertising) are calling everything.


  • It is not a one goal game at this point. There is 10 minutes left in the third period and the Liberals are down 4-1. They could still win but it is highly unlikely.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:21 AM  

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