Thursday, May 19, 2005
A Reason For Hope?

Huh. Well, it seems that the more corrupt the Canadian government gets, the more it attracts the attention of bloggers and news outlets south of the border. This latest post is from Belmont Club, who has quite an interesting take:

What characterizes much of the Left today as exemplified by behavior from George Galloway to Paul Martin is the increasing necessity to maintain their position By Any Means Necessary. While that is dangerous and infuriating, it is a reliable indicator that they have lost control of the system. Things just aren't working the way they used to. And that, despite everything, is cause for hope.
Canadian Conservatives despair, and American Conservatives whisper words of encouragement, as they point to a light at the end of the tunnel.
The Canadian Liberal Party is "The Left"?


* This doesn't even begin to make sense. I know you must get confused, because they are called "Liberals" but if you want to avoid looking like a tool in the future, dont' call a centerist party "THE LEFT"
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