Saturday, March 26, 2011

grits have moved fully to the left

Yesterday iffy wouldn't answer a question about forming a coalition. jack and jill are only too happy to say the will form a coalition. The grits have now toi\tally become a party of the far left. How can blue grits continue to vote for a party like that. It's time for a Tory Majority.
socialism doesn't work.
Michael Ignatieff is usually more cocksure about everything than most people are about anything. But, at his first press conference of the 2011 election campaign in the foyer of the House of Commons, his composure deserted him.

He was asked whether he would pursue a coalition government, even if the Conservatives win the most seats on election day. Mr. Ignatieff hemmed and hawed; he blathered and skited; he baldered and dashed. At the end of expressing how he’d been a Liberal since age 17 and how he was leading a team of proud Canadians to form an alternative government, he concluded: “I can’t be clearer than that.”

But reporters wouldn’t let it lie. “You are not clear at all sir, actually. Do you believe that a coalition is a legitimate parliamentary option that you will pursue … ?”

“I’ve answered that question in the past.”




4 comments:

Anonymous said...

The words of the old song *She wouldn't say yes, she wouldn't say no, she wouldn't say stay, she wouldn't say go* come to mind.

johndoe124 said...

The Liberals have been on the far left since the days of Trudeau. Trudeau was recruited by Pearson from the NDP. Why do the Liberals perpetually insist on getting involved in provincial jurisdictions? Because with money comes influence and centralization which ultimately leads to less and less democracy and more and more socialization.

Blame Crash said...

It'll be the two tails that will be wagging this coalition dog.

Blame Crash said...

The true face of these Coalition dogs is best seen from the rear.

Two horn shaped tails, an arse that speaks lies with its forked tongue.

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