Friday, December 05, 2008

Turn Out the Lights

This is most likely the final nail in the Coalition's coffin.


DaveCF said...

Unfortunately, while Manley is right that Dion should go (although no Conservatives want him to!) he persists in laying the blame for the political crisis on Stephen Harper. Harper clearly stated his conservative intentions (no hidden agenda there), but backed off under opposition pressure. That was accommodation, but the Lib/NDP/Bloc would have none of it, since they already had their backroom deal worked out. The fragmentation of the Liberal Party is long-overdue - they have tried to be too many things for too many people and satisfied nobody. Time to go back to basics and forget about power for a while.

Anonymous said...

First Dion colludes to form the Three Stooges Coalition without consulting his caucus, and believes that Canadians would accept such a coup without an election.

Now Manley wants the Liberal caucus and senior party brass to pick the next leader in the interest of expediency and sparing any donations that might go to the Party from possibly being diverted to leadership contests.

I see a pattern with Liberal thinking emerging:

Forget what the grassroots thinks. We have no time or patience for a costly debate involving the masses. We, the few but all important elites will decide for them in the backrooms.

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Anonymous said...

This past week the Jack-Dion-Gilles trio have changed the politics. In future federal elections, a vote for a Liberal(new leader or not)-NDP-PQ is a vote for the Coalition.