Thursday, December 04, 2008

More Politics

So, Parliament is shut down until Jan 26th.  I'm not 100% convinced this was the best course of action, but I don't think Harper had any other choice but to request it of the Governor General.

Is it even possible for some sort of compromise in this whole affair?  There is so much emotion, so much division, so much partisanship, so much stubbornness.  What will it take to break the ice?  I think one of the leaders, preferably the PM, needs to show a bit of humility and instigate some sort of discussion with the others to set a direction that will be good for Canada.

Is 7 weeks long enough to select a new Liberal leader?  If so, I suspect Dion and his national webcam broadcasts are done.  Things don't look good for Layton either.  Even Harper looks like he's on his way out.  Will there be a full changing of the guard?  Will that even change anything?  

Lots of questions.


Anonymous Anthony said...

Another question: will the Liberals ever figure out how to use the camera focus?

10:41 a.m.  

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