The Next Prime Minister of Canada

ottawaThe Liberal Party of Canada has selected Stéphane Dion as their new leader. That means Stéphane Dion will be the next Prime Minister of this great country. It's all unfolding according to plan.

I layed out the plan back in January, just before Harper's Conservative party won a minority government. Paul Martin was to step aside and a fresh face was to assume leadership of the party. This person would be far removed from Adscam and will lead the Liberal party to victory in the summer of 2007.

It's all unfolding as it should. The great national Harper experiment won't last long. Stay the course, Neddy. Stay the course...


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Tee

Far removed from Adscam? This man was a Chretien cabinet minister from Quebec for the duration of the Sponsorship Scandal. Ignatieff and Kennedy were the renewal candidates.
I look forward to lower taxes and less reliability on government since the Conservatives will win the next election.

December 2, 2006 @ 7:04 PM

Mike Boon

You're right, Dion was a Chretien cabinet minister and hardly "far removed" from Adscam. This is the one detail they've missed from my manifesto. ;-)

Time will tell, but let me go on the record now with my prediction. The Liberals will form a minority government in 2007.

December 2, 2006 @ 8:05 PM

Nick Nikopoulos

Dion is cut from the same mold as other Liberals.
I am afraid this will polarize Canadian politics even more if Canadians don't see this reality.

In addition, once Ontario citizens realize PM Harper comes from Toronto and
is quite personable, they will
realize how inteligent and
trustworthy he really is.


regards

Nick Nikopoulos

December 3, 2006 @ 7:04 AM

Mike Boon

I was listening to a political cat on CBC RadioOne this morning and he says Haper's gov should win easily next election but the Liberals will be poised to win the one after that.

My Toronto-centric brain forgets how popular Harper is in the rest of the country. Remember, there isn't a single Conservative MP in the 416. Heck, my riding has an NDP MP and the Conservative candidate finished a distant third.

We'll see what happens, but I'm standing by my prediction. I'm not putting any money on it though.

December 3, 2006 @ 10:02 AM

Tracy Harris

I think that the Liberals will form the next government without question. I wish that Harper had another year though, so he can really reinforce why the reform/con/alliance/religious party should never be taking seriuosly again, of course that tiny minority win of their's wasn't much of a win. I laugh at the igronance of the hillbillies in Alberta, we just had a provincial election, the first ballot showing that the nut job Ted Norton, (another religious alliance member who happened to give harper a lot of guidance)was in the lead, well this set Alberta into a frenzy, end result another guy won but how is it that Alberta was worried about Norton who is exactly the same as Harper, but they all voted for wacko federally? I'm telling you, most of them haven't a clue what they're doing.
Tracy Harris, Proud Albertan LIBERAL.

December 15, 2006 @ 11:32 PM

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