Four Little Words

Posted on Thursday, November 23 at 09:51 by eugene
Duccepe was outraged, that he had been upstaged by the PM. That his clever motion that was neither for federalism or seperatism was now reformulated to be a federalist motion. And by the fact that the PM had the audacity to lecture him on how it was not the place of parliament to decide Quebec's fate, but since Mr. Duceppe had brought it up he would be glad to address it. And Jack Layton was far from non-partisan, getting his digs in reminding the house that Quebec is a social democratic society, but that had not always been the case. It once was dominated by the right wing dictatorship of Maurice Duplessis not unlike the politics of the current Conservative government. That Quebecoise would feel most at home in a Social Democratic Canada. It was a 'historic moment' for Quebec and Canada. And in the making of a Prime Minister. Of course this had nothing to do with it. Conservatives Support Slips Most in Quebec [Proofreader's note: this article was edited for spelling and typos on November 24, 2006]

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