3 responses

  1. DrStrangeGlove

    That’s right, the only poll that counts is on election day. After that our politicians can do whatever the f*** they please. This is not democracy as approximately half of Canadians (within margin of error) do not agree with the move. Yes, it’s been done before by Liberals and other Conservative governments but the proroguing of parliament should be reserved as an extreme measure – not used twice in one year!!!

  2. junior

    Polls, polls, polls. The only one that counts is election day. Speaking of which, I imagine that the opposition will immediately call for vote of non-confidence at the earliest opportunity? Presumeably sometime in March / April when the next budget is debated?

    The average Canadian can hardly spell prorogue let alone figure out what it means – post again in three or four weeks to see if there has been any lasting damage…..

  3. Bill

    And Dan “do the math” Cook has been making fun of these people all week.

    Aren’t last laughs wonderful Danny Boy?

    You FUCKWIT!

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