Monday, April 25, 2005

Criminals still in government admits Martin

I didn't listen to Martin on Cross-country Check-up but reading this article makes me almost wish that I had, if the majority of people phoning into the show are mad as hell and not going to take it anymore then it really bodes badly for Mr. Martin, who's prospects of maintaining government are looking slimmer with each passing day.

It's sad that Martin finally accomplishes his ambition of Prime Minister only to watch it fall apart due to scandals that he didn't precisely have anything to do with and weren't necessarily entirely under his control in any way (at least as far as we know thus far), sad not because Martin has proven himself to be any sort of a leader, but because ten years with Martin as PM would have beat the decade with Cretien at the the helm that we were stuck with instead.