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    Wednesday, November 23, 2005

    Harper's Non-Confidence Motion Revealed

    Stardate 4904.2

    CTV - Opposition unveils non-confidence motion

    "That the House condemns the government for its arrogance in refusing to compromise with the opposition parties over the timing of the next general election and for its `culture of entitlement,' corruption, scandal, and gross abuse of public funds for political purposes and, consequently, the government no longer has the confidence of the House.''

    This motion will be tabled tomorrow by Stephen Harper and is supported by all opposition parties barring any amendments by them. This motion would then be voted upon in the House on Monday, kicking off an election campaign right away.

    There is no set day for when an election would be held, though it would likely be January 16th or 23rd.

    I am certainly glad that the elected officials who represent Canadians took into account the wishes of the majority of Canadians who don't want an election campaign over the holidays. It doesn't matter much anyways in my opinion. No matter which polls you look at, the Liberals still hold a lead of around 8% over the Conservatives. In light of the Softwood Lumber victory, and many of the proposed spending policies, I think the Liberals have a great chance of retaining the government.

    This is great because Michelle Malkin and her psycophants can be rest assured that this rogue, corrupt and repressive regime will stay in power!

    *** UPDATE ***

    Even King Ralph, the Premier of Alberta agrees with me that the Liberals will retain another minority government. In fact, maybe enough Canadians will be pissed off at this feeble attempt at "regime change" that they will switch their votes to Liberal, and they could win a majority government. Wouldn't that be grand!

    Good thinking Ralph. Here's a pie for you :D

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