Friday, June 17, 2005

The End of 'Partisan' Politics

In a noble gesture today, Paul Martin has called on the opposition parties to put aside 'partisan' politics and...umm...pass his agenda.

In other news, Paul Martin has called on the Conservatives to put aside 'partisan' politics and agree to forgive his government for any wrongs committed in the sponsorship program. He also is expected to call on the Conservatives to put aside 'partisan' politics by not fielding candidates in the next election.


  • It's not partisan, because it's not Martin's agenda, it's Layton's. Stephen Harper should realize that and get on board.

    By Blogger matt, at 7:58 p.m.  

  • Isn't that the Bush special? Any opposition, even from within his own party, gets miraculously redefined as a partisan dispute where the leader of government is entitled to the last word. I just hope Martin doesn't go any further in imitating Dubya.

    By Blogger Greg Fingas, at 10:53 p.m.  

  • Indeed, the Dubya impersenations are Harper's game, so back off Paul.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:19 a.m.  

  • calgary grit, your post made my day. jurist, your comment also made my day. you guys rule. as a result of all this 'martin said something stupid' schadenfreude, i predict work will suck 50% less for the next 30 mins or so.

    By Blogger ainge lotusland, at 2:05 p.m.  

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