Friday, April 13, 2007

Interpretation Needed

From the Liberal/Green merger statement:
We recognize that a government in which Stéphane Dion served as Prime Minister could work well with a Green Caucus of MPs, led by Elizabeth May, committed to action on climate.
Does anyone have a clue how this is supposed to work? "A government which Stephane Dion served as Prime Minister"? How does this work? Who do Greens vote for in the 306 ridings with both Green and Liberal candidates? Are they to assume that the Green has no hope (except in Central Nova, wink, wink) and "vote strategically" for the Liberals? "Green Caucus"? If Green Party voters follow the plan, that caucus will consist of one member, maybe. This is a complete and utter joke. Layton must be having a hard time keeping a straight face.
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