"Is he hoping that some of us may not be able to make it?" Darrel Stinson
asked in the House of Commons.
Stinson and another Tory MP are battling cancer and had to be flown in
from Western Canada for a vote this week.
So it's come to this. Accusations that the government is delaying a non-confidence vote in the hopes that some MPs, sick with cancer, become too ill to attend a vote. Both Stinson and Chatters made the accusation in Question Period today themselves. The sad part? There's likely a bit of truth to all this. The real question is how long it takes before Canadians do something drastic...like vote for Jack Layton.