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Wednesday, December 03, 2008

Who are the Governor General's Advisors? - what if She missteps? (again)--Elect the Governor General

In your opinion does the charming and lovely individual currently occupying the Office of Governor General possess the Mandate and consumer confidence to make a "proper" decision on the Coalition/Minority Government mess?

I maintain that Her decision in September 08 was a mis-interpretation of the King-Byng precedent.

Please take a moment to consider:
a) If it's proper, legal, and good that She entertain the Opposition Leaders of the House, to ascertain if a gov't-in-waiting exists at this time, why did She not do the same thing in September? (when Mr Harper admitted that he no longer had the patience, ability and/or fortitude to proceed in minority, despite the provisions of his own fixed election date legislation)
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b) In 1926 the Official Opposition actually held MORE SEATS than the Minority PM Mr King?


Who (so poorly) advised Her in September? and who is advising Her now?

If the decision is a poor one (only time will tell) what remedies would Canadians have available to ensure it doesn't happen thrice?

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