Saturday, December 13, 2008

The Liberals & NDP Supporting the Separation of Quebec

On his radio show today, Roy Green pointed out something very interesting about The Coalition's Policy Accord. It occurs in the FIRST sentence of the FIRST page:

As the highlighting shows, every Liberal and NDP Member of Parliament signed onto a document that makes a clear distinction between Canadians and Quebecers. Here's the first sentence of their document again:

The new Government is supported by parties that share a commitment to fiscal responsibility, a progressive agenda and a belief in the role of Government to act as a partner with Canadians and Quebecers.

One must ask the obvious question: On a document intended for ALL Canadians, why would you separate out Quebecers from the rest of Canada?

Whether one lives inside or outside of Quebec, do you think such language will help to bring together or pull apart the residents of Quebec?

Finally, why is the Mainstream Media not asking these questions of Mr. Ignatieff and Mr. Layton?!?

My Canada includes Quebec. It also includes 9 other provinces and 3 Territories. Why is it that the very public agenda of the Liberals and the NDP separates out Quebec from the rest of us?

I don't blame Gilles Duceppe for this one bit. He was just looking out for his party's own best interests. And at least HE has been up front and honest all along. But it more than saddens me how all of these people shown below were so quick to sell Canada and Canadians down the river simply for a short lived shot at power:

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