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PostPosted: Mon Dec 24, 2007 6:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Lar_drewstar wrote:
I doubt the Bloc will die within the next few years and personally I don't think Conservatism in Canada is at a point where we want it to happen either. As long as Conservatives hold the most seats in parliament I think the more divided our enemies are (and that means the more divided the opposition seats are) then the easier it is to govern (unless of course we have a majority which doesn't look like its quite there yet). So essentially what I'm saying is that until we get our majority I don't see the Bloc disappearing and that is perfectly alright.

The Bloc has become a sad spectacle themselves as of late. They no longer represent the voice of Quebec. I think even they are starting to realize that the option the Conservatives are offering is appealing more to Quebecois than the get out of Canada card.
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