Monday, October 13, 2008

What Comes After E-Day?

What's the best strategy for the next year?  

If there is a (gulp) Conservative minority:  

Perhaps a Conservative minority would help let Harper "wear" the economy a little longer...  When Harper has "worn" the economic slide down into it's depths, it's time for Mr. Dion and Mr. Layton to approach the Governor General and offer to form government - after a vote of non-confidence.  We can - I believe - avoid an election.  We can avoid wasting another $400,000,000 of our money.

If there is a Liberal minority:

We can breathe a sigh of relief.  We can celebrate that our place in the world will be preserved.  Our respectful place on the international scene will be upheld.  Our economy will bounce back, and our environment will be greener.  

A Liberal government will reach out to the world, and bring it's best to Canada.

2 comments:

Jason Hickman said...

When Harper has "worn" the economic slide down into it's depths, it's time for Mr. Dion and Mr. Layton to approach the Governor General and offer to form government - after a vote of non-confidence.

What do you do if LPC + NDP is less than CPC? Does the BQ get included in your coalition? I find it hard to believe that the party of Trudeau would ever go that far...

jenn said...

If you want to be sure of the possibility of a coalition government best to vote NDP since Dion has said he won't work with other parties and will have to be forced to by the recognition that the NDP is not a rump of the Liberal party. Layton has already said that he would work with other parties to stop Harper.