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I think its unreal. I think it was 'convienient' that a Human Resources Minister was in need at the time. I have a hard time understanding how a person in such a position could change her mind after working 'so hard' in what we thought she believed in. Thats huge. You bet Harper would be dissapointed! She'd better be satisfied with her new party. I say good for her if its all ambition and she truly feels it was neccessary and boo if its she has no honest intention.
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What do you think her actions were? Ambition or a desire to keep Canada together?
Looking at her shappy record in and out of politics I would say she did it for the cabinet (Minister of Human Resources and Skills Development) appointment she so recieved for becoming a TURNCOAT.
"If America Was A Tree, The Left Would Root For The Termites...Greg Gutfeld."
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Jiperly wrote: Seems like her actions helped to fight off an election- Canada survived a non-confidence vote
tie vote till the speaker speaks, what a muck flinging mess the canadian government has become
ï¿½You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough.ï¿½
â€• Mae West