30 November 2006

Libs nuke one-member, one-vote

No vote for Joe Lunchbucket, say Liberals.

MONTREAL -- Liberals have voted to cling to the format of delegated conventions to elect their leaders by narrowly rejecting the one-member, one-vote formula.

The convention is expected to attract as many as 5,500 delegates by the time voting starts Friday. Each delegate had to pay a $1,000 registration fee, plus hotel and travel expenses.
LAST WORD: Belinda sent to doghouse
The vote marked a repudiation of sorts for MP Belinda Stronach.

Stronach, a Conservative leadership candidate in 2004, declined to run in the Liberal race, saying she was committed instead to reforming her new party's leadership process.

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Roy Eappen said...

The fiberals are the elitists they have always been. They are afraid the grassroots may pick a leader. Belinda is just a joke. She is now denouncing pregnat women.