Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Artificial Opposition: Dion and his absent 94 Liberals give Harper his majority

It would figure that the one thing Stephane Dion wouldn't flip-flop on would be his promise to help Stephen Harper.

In the last two elections, Liberals have begged ordinary Canadians to vote for them using the absurd claim that only they could stop Harper. What is clear from tonight's vote is that when push comes to shove the Dion Liberals neither have the leadership, nor the principles to oppose Harper.

Fortunately, Jack Layton's NDP are a united party that knows exactly what they believe in.

For the rest, over to the NDP's website, which does a fine job documenting this defining moment for the Dion Liberals . . .

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