Sunday, October 12, 2008

Week 5 in Review: Looking back from the future to the past week, had I been blogging in the present

On the Net: Kinsella has "when they were younger" pictures of the party leaders. Fagstein runs down the newspaper endorsements - the Globe goes with Harper, the Star with Dion, and the Sun goes with Layton.

Projections, Polls, Predictions: Will all be posted here tomorrow.

Apparently Judy Sgro and John McCallum were unavailable: Conservative MP Heckles Duceppe at Campaign Event

Better Know a Riding: The Globe profiles Parkdale High Park.

If you were running to be PM now and struggled in your second language as you did in 2006, what would you have done differently then? Video from Harper during the 2006 French debate.

Vote Early, Vote Often: Advanced polling numbers.

Policy Corner: The Liberal Platform. The NDP Platform. The Green Platform. The Conservative Platform.

Conservative Battle Cry: "Stephane Dion. Wrong on the conditional subjunctive tense. Wrong for Canada." (h/t anon)

Liberal Battle Cry: "Let's party like it's 1999!"

NDP Battle Cry: "I can still win this thing guys! Guys? Are you listening to me? Guys..."

Bloc Quebecois: "Go ahead. Predict our demise again. We dare you."

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  • That Duceppe picture is screaming for a caption. Something to do with body hair and not needing hairnets...

    By Blogger Mike514, at 11:20 AM  

  • You got me you evil, evil man.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:42 PM  

  • Caption for Duceppe picture...

    Duceppe considers "no shirt, no shoes, no service" clause in planned Quebecois nation constitution.

    Caption for May picture...

    Seeking to boost Green warchest, May calls upon nation for spare change. Mackay to May: get a job.

    Caption for Dion picture...

    At this stage of his political career, Dion finds himself startled at the sight of large crowds.

    By Blogger hosertohoosier, at 6:45 PM  

  • Also damn you for rick-rolling me. The thing is that the [Toronto] Sun used to like the NDP.

    By Blogger hosertohoosier, at 6:57 PM  

  • That Duceppe picture is a classic!

    By Anonymous Deb, at 9:22 PM  

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