Judging by his inflamed rhetoric at a recent "closed to the media" Conservative Party session in Northern Ontario, it appears our Prime Minister fears that a Liberal government may soon be in the cards:
"Do not be fooled for a moment. If we do not get a majority, the Liberals, the NDP and the Bloc Quebecois will combine and they will form a government. They will deny this until they're blue in the face in an election campaign, but I guarantee you, if we do not win a majority, this government will have a Liberal Government, propped up by the socialists and the separatists. That government may not last very long, but every day it is in office it will do long term, real damage to this country. This country cannot afford a government like that. If they force us to the polls - if they get together and force us to the polls - we have to teach them a lesson and get back there with a majority and make sure their little coalition never happens."
Funny, I thought it was the current Harper government whose likely, short-lived survival has entirely depended on prop-ups from the "socialists and separatists."
- Garry J. Wise, Toronto