Tuesday, February 21, 2012
The pq has released many studies showing (surprise surprise) separatism would be good for Quebec. Most Quebecers have not been very impressed. Now Pauline marois has gathered has gather another commission to study separatism and come up with the same conclusion. The committe is made up mostly of older members of the separatist movement. Maybe Pauline could get justin trudeau to join her committee. pauline and justin have much in common. They try to increase their poll number by bashing the tories. They both don't see their Canada with a Tory Majority government. They both muse about Quebec separatism. justin would add some much needed youth to the commission separatism. How about it Justin, after you do a fund raiser for duceppe and the bq, you can join pauline's commission. justin could be the gentler prettier face of Quebec separatism. Quebec’s separatists have lost the only two referendums they held and their federal party was virtually eliminated in the last election, but don’t try telling them the record amounts to a rejection of their independence option. For true-believing sovereigntists, defeat is just a sign the voters have yet to fully appreciate the genius of their project. All that is needed is a little more convincing, or as the sovereigntists like to call it “pedagogy.” On Sunday, Parti Québécois leader Pauline Marois kicked off the latest educational initiative, and it sounds like as much fun as being stuck in a summer-school classroom while your friends enjoy vacation.