The failed Conservative-Bloc coalition

So, the Conservatives and the Bloc coalesce on a bill to ixnay ridiculously generous parole terms for non-violent criminals à la Vincent Lacroix and Earl Jones, proving to the Conservatives how fun and fruitful it can be to govern with the evil separatists. The Great [sic] Conservative-Bloc Coalition of 2011 may not be, however, thanks to the late game jab from the NDP and the Liberals, who say they are considering voting against it—even though they’ve been for it in the past. Translation: two thirds of Harper’s dreaded separatist-coalition government—yes, the same one the Conservatives been warning about in the ‘we-don’t-want-an-election-but-what-the-hell’ attack ads—is against Harper’s own coalition with the separatists.

I forget now. Are we at war with Eurasia or Eastasia?

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