Thursday, November 27, 2008

But How Will It Play In Quebec?

And here’s his closing argument in English-speaking Canada. Should the taxpayers of Canada finance the separatist movement? Answer: no.

I guess The Tories only have 8 or 9 seats there to lose, right?

9 comments:

Mark Francis said...

But the private political donations are tax deductible at an incredible rate!

The whole thing is a sham.

Ti-Guy said...

L. Ian MacDonald: "Harper's funding move is tactically brilliant, politically risky"

And CanWest is going broke!

Go for it, Posties. Give it all you've got. You've got nothing left to lose.

I hate to say it, but The National Post is why we French Canadians think Anglos are stupid.

Ti-Guy said...

...and ugly.

bigcitylib said...

TiGuy, I knew you was Gallic!

Reality Bites said...

Ti-guy, it's not like any of us read it. If anything, its ongoing failure is proof of our intelligence and taste.

Ti-Guy said...

Ti-guy, it's not like any of us read it. If anything, its ongoing failure is proof of our intelligence and taste.

I know. I'm being just being awful.

Still, you have to admit...we are a prettier people.

Dirk Buchholz said...

just one thing everybody seems to be forgetting,the people of Quebec pay taxes to.

Dave said...

The whole argument that Canadians shouldn't pay for parties they don't vote for doesn't hold much water.

Parties only receive money for a vote they receive. If you vote NDP, a $1.95 goes to the NDP.

For those who don't vote - well too bad for you!

noonespecial200 said...

Totally unrelated, but I figured you'd enjoy this:

http://network.nationalpost.com/np/blogs/fullcomment/archive/2008/11/27/retraction-richard-warman.aspx