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Monday, October 23, 2006

The Nation Question

Are we willing to divide the Liberal Party to win ten more seats in Quebec?

I hope not, it will only need to ruin of the party and the country.


  • We have won't win more seats in Quebec with the Iggy/LaPierre "say anything" strategy.

    By Blogger Wah Fist, at 12:03 AM  

  • Go have your say:

    Anyone-But-Iggy Web Poll

    Have a nice day!

    By Blogger petroom, at 2:06 AM  

  • Are you willing to devide the country in order to have Gerard Kennedy as PM? National standards will not be tolorated in Quebec or Alberta. Neither will Gerard Kennedy.

    I suspect the Chicoutimi Kennedy delegates are separatists (not that there is anything wrong with that) who think Gerard Kennedy will bring them closer to their dream of an independant Quebec.

    By Blogger Altavistagoogle, at 6:19 AM  

  • This issue is very divisive - unfortunately within our own Party.
    Let's get our own house straightened out before speculating on how it impacts the future of Canada.

    By Blogger WestmountLiberal, at 6:56 AM  

  • Ignatieff is blundering around in constitutional reform-land,without the guide of common sense or experience, and pretending that words, unconnected to political realities, can work wonders.

    He shows all the signs of being a total rookie, which is to be expected because he is one. But where on earth are his advisors? Don't they realize how foolish it is to rush in where angels fear to tread?

    Liberals need to elect a leader with judgment and experience, or they will lose even the one hundred of so seats they retained in January.

    Bob Rae was right: politics is not a tea party, even if Ignatieff thinks it should be.

    The Cat does not beleive the Liberals are lemmings.

    By Blogger CuriosityCat, at 7:10 AM  

  • Are we willing to divide the party by electing Orange Bob? How about electing Stockwell Kennedy?

    By Blogger Aristo, at 11:40 AM  

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