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Saturday, April 14, 2007

A very cool couple of days

Perhaps you don't care, but some of you may have noticed that I've been away from the keyboard for a couple of days. My wife just had LASIK yesterday... and she takes precidence over blogging. She went from having to squint to clearly see my face from two feet away, to being able to identify a blue Dodge Neon at almost two hundred yards!!!

Also have been having some car trouble, had trouble starting in the rain... so based on some research and talking to a couple repair shops, I went ahead and replaced my ignition coil myself. Not bad for a computer techie/non-handyman type, eh?

Anyway, on to the more important events of the last couple of days...

Dion and May? Interesting development. Not sure that it will work to unseat MacKay... it may even help secure his seat, as there seems to be a quiet swell of discontented Liberals, including Bryan Leblanc, former communications guy for Shelia Copps. There was also a fair bit of annoyance shown on the Liblogs about the move. It may work in the long term to squeeze the NDP on a national level, as pointed out by Andrew Coyne in today's Post.

It also may backfire on Dion, however, now that people will be paying more attention to some of the nutbars that are associated with the Green Party.

What's the official Party reaction on Kevin Potvin? Well, supreme leader of the Liberal-Green Alliance Party, Mr. Stephane Dion? We're waiting...

(for the record, deputy Green Party Leader, Elizabeth May, has responded)

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1 Comments:

  • At Sun. Apr. 15, 06:43:00 a.m. EDT, Blogger Tony said…

    What is really amazing is that Dion, who is always accusing Prime Minister, of being an “control-freak” went ahead and overruled 6 of his Liberal MPs from Nova Scotia and 5 Nova Scotia Liberal senators, who opposed the deal.

    Liberals mixed on pact

    “Insiders said all six Liberal MPs and five senators from Nova Scotia initially opposed signing a non-aggression pact with May. But they were over-ruled by Dion who informed them Thursday evening of his decision. “

     

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