Monday, June 25, 2007

Leadership, Dion Style

It would seem that Stephane Dion wants the PM to "Clarify" what he meant when he said Quebec is a nation, even though Dion voted in favour of the House Motion back in November.

So in other words, even though Dion had no idea what the House Motion really meant, he just went along and voted for it.

Now that is what I call leadership.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Having principles and standing for something - other than gaining electoral power at any cost - has never been an important element of being a Liberal in this country.

bluecentrist said...

I agree with the above completely. For most Liberals, being Liberal is just the default position. At least the other parties stand for something.

kursk said...

May i suggest that the same mistake was present in this story, as well as the link to the earlier one..it is the Quebecois as a nation, not Quebec as a nation, the difference in those three letters is huge as far as the definition is concerned.

Anonymous said...

A nation under a united Canada , what is to be splained bout dat . I taught dat dat was six grade Hinglish.What'sto slain ??
I know I vote for dat , but it was not splained to me , Every ting look different now dat it pass.

Timothy Coderre

PS sorry about cousin Denis.

Anonymous said...

A nation under a united Canada , what is to be splained bout dat . I taught dat dat was six grade Hinglish.What's to splain ??
I know I vote for dat , but it was not splained to me den, Every ting look different now dat it pass.

Timothy Coderre

PS sorry for my spelling and about cousin Denis.