Wednesday, November 09, 2005
Conservative Leader Stephen Harper says he won't introduce a non-confidence motion to topple the government because he has no faith in NDP Leader Jack Layton's support for the move.
Conservative leader Stephen Harper speaks during a luncheon in Toronto, Nov. 8, 2005. (CP photo)(not exactly as shown)
"Our experience suggests if we should again attempt to bring down the government, Mr. Layton would no doubt see our attempt as potential leverage in his negotiations with the Liberals as he has done on other occasions," Harper said Tuesday.
That sort of ties things up, doesn't it Steve-O, because Canada doesn't trust you to form our government, either.
Your move, bucky!
Now, had it been MacKay speaking, would a photo of Deputy Dog would've done the trick? Methinks so.
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