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It’s a year since the death of Jack Layton, a sad anniversary for Canada.
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If only any of our province’s current ‘leaders’ had a modicum of the integrity Jack Layton personified, we may be well on our way to becoming a major power within the federation.
Instead, our leadership race is little more than a carnival side-show.
All of them accuse each other of corruption and nepotism, and they’re all likely justified inasmuch as they’re culpable. Duchesneau himself is no white knight given the findings of a new SRC investigation, and Charest, though long suspected of corruption of the highest degree, has never been charged. If he loses he’ll likely sue his detractors for defamation of character.
Bill 78 is bullshit, but do we expect Charest to listen patiently to the neo-marxist rhetoric of a small, undemocratic (in fact, auti-democratic) clique of private-schooled revolutionaries who can be bought off with a PQ riding nomination?
He’s a trained lawyer with twenty-six years of leadership experience. That’s nothing to sneeze at. I don’t like the way he does business, nor the Plan Nord, but we should at the very least respect professional experience for what it’s worth.
What have the students proposed to solve our deficit?
Or our debt?
And all the while we hard-working, honest citizens have bread & butter concerns, for our livelihoods, families etc, two primary parties want you to believe engaging in a war of attrition with Ottawa over constitutional issues is more important than actually creating a sustainable Québec economy.
Sometimes I really wish the First Nations of this province adopted the same tactics as the PQ/QS/RIN and drove us all from this land we have so expertly defiled. Imagine Marois telling the elected representatives of the people of Inuvik and James Bay that they’d be ineligible to run for public office unless they spoke French!
With ‘leaders’ like this we don’t deserve to live here, nor profit from the ground beneath our feet.
The way the english are wholly disconnected from the realities of Québec is absolutely something to behold. Like if they were living in their own little la-la land bubble.
Just amazing. Wow!
We’re not a monoculture. I’m voting QS and think Charest is a buffoon.
You are so right Jean keep up the good work!
Well said Taylor!
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