Friday, November 24, 2006

Today's question

If the Quebecois are a nation, does that change the result of the 1995 Referendum? After all, supposedly a majority of pur laine Quebecois voted in favour of the government's dubious question. And if the majority of the "nation" voterd yes, can the nation now act on that?
And, as a supplemntary, just what are the voting and counting rules the next time the "nation" -- as defined by Quebec's nationalists -- is polled on another referendum?
I'm not the sharpest knife in the drawer, and I'm sure the Pequists and Blocistes have thought this through. Has Stephen Harper?

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Time to start a blame Iggy campaign -- what an intellectual doofus!

Ottawa Watch said...

It started way before him. He just wan't around to hear the separatists demanding this for the past 30 years.
But Harper was.