Tuesday, April 26, 2005

New poll

Parrish won't help bring down government

Outspoken Independent MP Carolyn Parrish would love to give Prime Minister Paul Martin "the middle finger" and vote against the government in a non-confidence vote. But she won't do that.

"I will not support a non-confidence motion to bring down the government," the former Liberal said yesterday.


What bothers me though is this: Parrish, banished last year from the Liberal caucus after a spate of colourful anti-George W. Bush comments, what is with the insistance that she was banished after the anti-Bush comments? She was only banished after she said that she didn't care if the Liberals won the next election. Bush-bashing and furthering the damage to Canada/U.S. relations tolerable, daring to say that you don't care if the Liberals win the next election, an unthinkable crime.