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Monday, November 07, 2005 

Game on?

So Layton has rejected Martin's offer, and we may well be headed to another election very soon. Note that Harper and Duceppe are both now too chicken to call a non-confidence vote, after getting spanked (narrowly) last time, and like all politicians try to turn that to their advantage by alleging that Layton should make the motion this time.

So what, they have to take turns or something? I don't care how shitty a PM Martin is or isn't (and let's remember, although the Liberals as a whole are corrupt, Gomery cleared Martin himself of any wrongdoing), Harper would be far, far worse. Especially if his government was part-composed of separatists.

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