Thursday, December 4, 2008

If my grandmother had wheels, she'd be a tractor


No I have no idea what it means either, but that’s what Gilles Duceppe just said when asked about supporting a Conservative budget in January.

The coalition is dead. It was a good try, but it failed. It hurts to be beaten by a bully and a coward, but now it’s time to move on. After the G-G’s decision today, there’s no way the coalition will be asked to form a government if Harper & Co. get turfed on a confidence vote on the budget. Parliament will be disbanded and it will be every party for itself in a new election campaign.

So the progressive parties on the left better start dealing with that reality right now because they only have about 8 weeks to come up with an electable alternative to present to the Canadian people – or they roll over on the budget. And the longer the Liberals, NDP and Bloc persist with their coalition fantasy, the less time they will have to mount an aggressive, winning campaign and counter the flood of lies and propaganda about to be unleashed on the Canadian public by the Cons.


3 comments:

CuriosityCat said...

Whatever you are smoking, The Cat wants some of it ...

Chet Scoville said...

No I have no idea what it means either

Heh, it's a classic old riposte to someone arguing from unlikely premises. Other variants include "if my grandmother had wheels she'd be a bus" and "if my grandmother had balls she'd be my grandfather."

Anonymous said...

The meaning of this quote is some things
remain the way they are. In other words, you can't change certain things in reality.