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Blue Blogging Soapbox
...rambling rants, thoughts and musings on mostly political topics - from your late night blogger.

Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Just what the doctor ordered 
(en francais)

Stephen Harper and the CPC seem to be the antibiotic required to finally end the mutual parasitic nature of the Liberals and the BQ in Quebec.

I've blogged about this several times over the last month:

Liberals and BQ - Mutual Parasites

Mutual Parasites - Liberal/BQ

Many see this as being good for current Liberal Premier Charest, but I wonder what affect it will have for the ADQ.

ADQ leader Mario Dumont was vocal in his support for the CPC in this last campaign. I think there is a loose alliance available between the ADQ and the CPC in Quebec. Given Charest's current standing in the polls, there is a possibility the next provincial election in Quebec could result in a Liberal minority with the ADQ holding the balance of power. Quebec voters have always shown themselves to be shrewd and this would be a way to punish an unpopular government without having to vote for the PQ.

Much will be determined by how Prime Minister Harper handles not only the Quebec file, but provincial relations in general. The election results and this latest poll at least demonstrate that people of Quebec are listening.

Paul Synnott at 9:17 p.m.    | en francais | Go to Top|

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