Thursday, January 18, 2007


It wouldn't be too much of a problem for Stephane Dion to bide his time by planning to evaluate the Cons' budget on its merits. But instead, Dion has offered PMS far more job security than the Cons deserve, declaring that he doesn't want to see an election anytime soon:
Canada went to the polls in June 2004 and again in January 2006, and Dion said he wanted to wait until voters had more of an itch for another election.

"I don't want an election. I don't think Canadians want an election. I worry about the turnout in this country. Each time we go in(to) an election by surprise, it's not helping Canadians go to the ballot box," Dion said.
Needless to say, Dion's search for excuses not to go to the polls leads to an important question: how long until one of the Blogging Dippers puts together a clock to count the time in which Dion has personally and directly supported the Cons' stay in power?

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