Friday, May 30, 2008

Poll Time

The next foreign affairs Minister?
Lawrence Cannon
Tony Clement
Stockwell Day
David Emerson
Jim Flaherty
Michael Fortier
Peter MacKay
Jim Prentice
Hugh Segal
Other
  
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11 Comments:

  • Solberg to Foreign Affairs (Harper needs someone weak enough to let him run the show, but competent enough not screw up).
    Diane Ablonczy or Finley to HRSDC.
    Emerson to Finance.
    Flaherty to International Trade.

    By Blogger Wheatsheaf, at 3:52 PM  

  • John Manley for Foreign Affairs.

    By Blogger sir john a., at 4:09 PM  

  • Stick with Emerson, then we won't need a new foreign affairs minister if (when) the Liberals win the next election, he can just cross back over (or stay there as we all switch sides)...

    By Blogger A BCer in Toronto, at 4:54 PM  

  • Hugh Segal - a longstanding Conservative nominated for the Senate by Liberal Paul Martin.

    If he makes a mess of things, like Bernier, they can blame the Liberals, as always. Eh, even Chantal Hebert thinks Segal should be in the cabinet (this morning TO Star).

    By Blogger Loraine Lamontagne, at 7:00 PM  

  • How about Gordon Brown or Nick Sarkozy? Looks like they'll be unemployed soon.

    AND they have foreign accents! Foreign affairs, foreign accents... what more could you want?

    By Blogger Mike514, at 7:32 PM  

  • Huge news! Apparently Harper won't have time to appoint a new FA minister!

    There'll be a huge confidence vote on Monday, and Dion's telling all his MPs to vote against it!!!!

    Dion's working overtime to finalise policy, particularly the gas ta... uh, carbon shift, and he's getting his troops excited, pumped & motivated for an election just around the cor.....


    Okay, okay. Enough joking.
    I'll say Day.

    By Blogger Mike514, at 8:26 PM  

  • Michael Ignatieff.

    By Blogger Johnny, at 8:52 PM  

  • I must be feeling gullible today; Mike514 actually had me believing for a moment.

    By Anonymous The Invisible Hand, at 11:48 PM  

  • Day's been steady in his current role, so I'd go with him. Toss his old role to a Quebec MP and everyone should be happy.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:30 AM  

  • I'm thinking Solberg. He's so far been able to keep a low profile as a Cabinet minister while managing to do a competent job. While FA will demand more of the spotlight, I think he could handle it.

    By Blogger BCT 2.0, at 11:44 PM  

  • Pierre Polievre

    By Blogger Glen, at 1:31 AM  

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