Right from Wrong
I try and teach my children this, and I start at a very young age. It is a very basic concept, being a member of a society. The law, and correct behaviour. It is not against the law to be rude, but it is not the best way to behave, for example. Just because somewhere in the anals of the constitution does it say that a coalition is possible, doesn’t mean it is the right thing to do. And I’m pretty darn sure, that when the constitution was written, the Bloc was not around and a seperatist party being part of said coalition was never dreamed of. Who could ever imagine that a group of people who’s sole purpose was to break up the Country would be given so much power. I don’t think anyone thought that it was possible for a party Leader to abandon all his principles, just to get into power.
There has been a lot of talk from the left, that Quebec bashing is rampant and unfair. But again, they dilute the truth. It is not Quebec bashing, it is bashing of the seperatists. There is a difference. If you want Quebec to seperate from Canada you are a seperatist. That should be fairly simple and clear. Anyone that feels that way has no right, no business, and no place in deciding the future of the Country. One of the things that needs to, and should, come out of this mess is the removal of the Bloc from the house of commons. Either run candidates in all ridings or be gone. The same for E. May. Either get some votes and earn a place in parliament or be gone. Simple. This is not 1925. And we will not stand by and let anyone make deals behind closed doors, and take over the Country. Period. That is treason. Isn’t it? That is not the democratic way, and for all those people, Dion, Layton, and May, whom seem to hold democracy in such high accord they have a funny way of showing it.