26 April 2011

So, lemme see... a Harper majority, or...

...holy hemp butter... Finance Minister Olivia Chow?!?!?remember bob rae

-- OTTAWA -- Under that scenario, the NDP would still come in second in seat count to the Conservatives, but the support of the third-place Liberals would give Mr. Layton a working majority in the House of Commons.

“We’re in terra incognita here,” EKOS president Frank Graves said.
jacko & companyWhoa, whoa, Franko... pump the brakes.

I'm just trying to get my mind around an NDP cabinet... or, gawds forbid... what the military might look like under Governor-General Libby Davies. That's not terra incognita, my friend... that's terra psychedelia.

But okay... let's... just for a moment... abandon reason and imagine that Jack Layton performs a country-wide Vulcan mind-meld and gets these hundred mythical seats.

I imagine that'd be enough to send Count Ignatieff running for the U.S. border. Hmmm... and that would probably be enough to put Iggy's ol' college roomie, Commie Bob, in the drivers seat on the Big Red Bus.

So that fairy-tale Coalition thing... that could actually happen?

Well, I'm thinkin'... not in this version of the multi-verse.

As always, though... get out there and cast your vote, folks... or, however this thing shakes out... this one's on you.


RELATED: All those NDP promises...

...who's gonna pay for that stuff?
-- VANCOUVER, BC -- "Taxes have grown over the past 49 years to the point that government is now the largest expenditure facing a family," said Niels Veldhuis, Fraser Institute senior economist and co-author of the Canadian Consumer Tax Index 2011.
Scratch a Dipper... find a hypocritical carpet-bagger...
"Last year, Chow claimed $530,000 in expenses, Layton claimed $629,000."


max said...

If Jack polls any higher I'm gonna start stockpiling gasoline, canned goods and candles.

Anonymous said...

I like your blog and I would like to come back, so please, PLEASE don't ever post that picture again.

Neo Conservative said...

from the globe & mail...

"The dynamic of the final week of the federal election campaign will be determined by whether voters react with panic, delight or indifference to these four words: Prime Minister Jack Layton."

i think they forgot to include "total disbelief".


Alberta Girl said...

The thing I get a kick out of is the giddiness of the lefties in the media who are actually believe this could happen!

Part of me is horrified at the thought - the other part thinks it is just the pollsters and media making things up.

Neo Conservative said...

"ag says... just the pollsters and media making things up."

kinda like the wave of uber-giddiness ctv & cbc are trying to drum up over that "wills & kate" nonsense.

unlike lloyd, lisa, peter & wendy... or sad freaks with attics full of princess di memorabilia... people with actual lives don't give a happy horsecrap about which hat queen elizabeth may, or may not, be wearing.

or who prince chuck is rodgering this week.

paid shills, vested interest... same old bullshit.


Anonymous said...

Who knew that Jack Layton was a closet Quebec nationalist. Now we know where the Quebec surge came from.

From Don Newman -iPoitics.ca:

" But it was the French language debate where Layton stole the show, and since not many English-speaking voters were watching, he was able to play the Quebec card.
He spiked Gilles Duceppe’s language gun by adopting the separatist position that the provincial law making French the only language in the workplace should apply to Federal government offices and federally regulated business in the province.
Neither of the other two national party leaders would do that. Layton did, the NDP now leads the Bloc in the polls, but the long-term consequences for the New Democrats are unclear. "

Neo Conservative said...

my guess is, this poll will be the final impetus for people to get out there and vote for the conservatives.

a dipper government would effectively kill any chance of an economic recovery.

and every sane, reasonable person in the country knows it.