Tuesday, November 26, 2013


Justin Trudeau has the dippers all hot and bothered because he dared evoke the last words of Jack Layton after a pair of by-election holds on Monday night.

“It is the Liberal Party tonight that proved hope is stronger than fear” ,  paraphrased the populist Liberal Leader.

NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair, who succeeded Layton has embarked down a dangerous path by pandering to nationalists and separatists in Quebec. He is putting his desperate desire to hold onto seats in Quebec above the interests of Canada, something that the Federal Liberals would never do.

Trudeau is right when he says “Make no mistake, the NDP is no longer the hopeful, optimistic party of Jack Layton. It is the negative, divisive party of Thomas Mulcair,”

If the NDP want to replace the Bloc Quebecois in the House of Commons, be my guest.

For the record, the saying "faith is better than doubt and love is better than hate" comes from Liberal Prime Minister Sir Wilfrid Laurier in Nov, 1918.

Just saying!

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