You know, I thought when summer ended, Canadian politics would become interesting enough again that this kind of vacuous speculation re the timing of the next federal election would be replaced by substantive debates over issues of importance. But, eyeing the gov's fall agenda, I guess not. I mean, for example, why push mandatory minimum sentences for human smuggling if you never catch any human smugglers in the first place? Isn't that like making a law to ban leprechauns? Who cares if it does or does not pass?
Oh, and here's Monte Solberg rattling on about the gun registry again. You don't have to read it...or rather, you're read it already 1,000 times before.
My problem under these circumstances is I'm running out of MPs with decent hair to write about. Hmm. This one isn't too bad.