Tuesday, October 19, 2010

On major assumptions

Shorter Murray Mandryk:

All you have to do is ignore a "golden share" that would allow the province veto power over decisions which we consider too important to be left out of our hands, and the board appointments that would give us direct input and voting rights at every step of corporate decision-making, and the agreements that would allow us to hold operators accountable for failing to meet commitments to the province, and there's not a shred of difference in the NDP and Sask Party positions on potash.

And similarly, if you set aside the fact that one is a two-wheeled, person-propelled vehicle and the other a mythical horse with a horn, a bicycle and a unicorn are basically the same thing.

(Edit: fixed typo.)

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