Friday, January 20, 2006


Well it's almost over folks. Thank G.

Let's see. Chris Axworthy has apologized for the incident involving that clown who used the Liberal campaign office in his electoral district to phone up Shaw Cable to smear Maurice Vellacott. I guess we know who's going to win there in Saskatoon-Wanuskewin.

And the president of the Etobicoke-Lakeshore Liberals has quit. He's endorsing Conservative John Capobianco, largely because of the Michael Ignatieff nomination mess. So that's more bad press for the Liberals.

The NDP ads pleading for people mad at the Liberals to lend them their votes appear to be working. That's their whole ad pitch in their TV commercials this week, to appeal to disaffected Liberals.

Darrell Bricker and IPSOS=REID have it 38-26-19 for the Conservatives, and he says the polls haven't moved for two weeks.

And I forgot what it was that Michael Moore said about the Canadian election, but he said something. Who cares about him anymore.

Um, that's it for now.

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