Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Today's Dionspeak

Question:
Mr. Dion, given what's happening to the Official Languages Committee with the NDP's opposition day and the filibuster in the Senate, (inaudible)?

The Hon. St├ęphane Dion:
I think Canadians will worry a lot about the, the way the government is, is handling these issues. More and more, the government shows that it's unable to respect the fact that it's a minority government. It will show to Canadians indeed what kind of majority government they would be, but fortunately we will never know because never there will be a majority government.

Question:
(Inaudible) nothing's getting done. Is that a problem?

The Hon. St├ęphane Dion:
I guess the government wants that this way, but we are doing our best as you see. I have a question of privilege and the three leaders of the opposition, despite all these arguments about many things, are able to work together to show the good example.


(Dion's getting better at handling the Press Gallery's softballs, but I doubt he can hit the curves that will come his way during an election campaign.)

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