February 1, 2006

Clear Picture!

Something significant happened January 23rd. Quebeckers told Paul Martin that the Liberals are NOT the only federalist option in Quebec anymore; the Conservatives are back. 27% of the province voted Tory. Time for the tories to come out of hiding.

The PLQ is a federalist coalition, of liberals and conservatives, and technically NDP people too but who cares, they don’t exist in Quebec. The Original Message said Bravo! And I congratulated the PLQ for defeating 8 Blocquistes (YAY!) and 2 Liberals whose seats were gonna go Bloc (less yay! But still yay!) Support for sovereignty is now in the mid-30s. It is a cause for celebration for federalists!

Jean Charest had supported Stephen Harper’s plans for Quebec, its no secret jean Charest is a Conservative just like Gordon Campbell, whose BC Liberals are in a similar coalition in BC against the NDP there.

It was not a slight against Simon or the PLQ. However, this election, we were told by students that the Liberals wanted to raise tuition and the Liberals wanted to ban G-Strings, that we were conservative and out of touch!

That is why the general population is owed an explanation that the PLQ is a federalist coalition with Liberal and Conservative members in an effort to fight the PQ, a noble cause. However, the LPC image is being rebuilt in this province and we want nothing to do the two previous policies mentioned above.

Like it or not Stephen Harper is the defender of the federal government for the time being. (I know it makes some people cringe, me too!) However, people like Simon Begin, president of the youth commission of the PLQ will work with him. People like myself, a card-carrying member of this federalist coalition, will have to work with too.

8 Commentaires:

Anonymous Jean-Phillippe a dit...

On va voir si François Émond va venir défendre Simon une deuxième fois.

Antonio, tu as raison. Les Libéraux s'affichent toujours, que les PLQuistes s'affichent aussi!

2/01/2006 3:50 p.m.  
Blogger Francois Emond a dit...

Je trouve bizarre que mon nom se retrouve sur ce site web puisque je n'y ai jamais surfé avant le moment d'écrire ce message.

Je n'ai pas de temps à perdre normalement avec ce genre de propos. Je n'ai jamais eu honte de dire que j'étais en faveur des Conservateurs et jamais je n'aurai honte de le dire. Par contre, je n'ai jamais eu de problèmes à travailler avec les jeunes libéraux du Canada, parlez-en à ceux qui me connaissent VRAIMENT.

2/01/2006 5:58 p.m.  
Blogger Christopher Young a dit...

Rien à dire, sauf que :

Antonio, j'existe. Et je ne suis pas seul... (musique de claviers inquiétants)

2/02/2006 12:00 a.m.  
Blogger fidel a dit...

j'aimerais dire:

Christo is hot.

continue existing.

2/02/2006 2:40 a.m.  
Blogger Antonio a dit...

I don't know why people accuse other people of things.

Francois, let me be clear, I have not accused anyone of being a conservative on this blog, (hehe except Benoit Pelletier) just that the PLQ is a coalition of federalist parties and not all their policies are 'liberal' and not all their policies are 'conservative'. Most quebeckers do not know that.

I do not want to get mixed up in internal CJ stuff, just trying to make sure that the party we are trying to rebuild here has liberal values, of which raising tuition and banning G-Strings in schools are not a part of. Nothing insulting, just me disagreeing.

2/02/2006 6:08 p.m.  
Anonymous élie a dit...

Re: Benoît Pelletier.

I beg to differ. On this blog, he is most often accused not of being a Tory, but -- worse! -- of being nothing less than a filthy separatist. As in "the Benoît Pelletier separatist club", or whatever you call it.

2/02/2006 10:07 p.m.  
Blogger Antonio a dit...

Touché...I did found that club

I never called him filthy.

2/02/2006 10:42 p.m.  
Anonymous Anonymous a dit...

Bien sur que les jeunes libéraux fédéraux ne veulent pas êtres associés aux débats entourant le dégel des frais(position volontaire) et les g-strings(erreure politique).

Mais avez-vous pensé que les jeunes libéraux provinciaux ne veulent probablement pas non plus êtres associés au fédéralisme arrogant et centralisateur (position volontaire) et au scandale des commandites (erreure politique) ?

Bref, on a le même noms et certaines valeurs communes. Vaudrais mieux travailler sur les choses qui nous unissent plutôt que sur les choses qui nous séparent.

2/03/2006 5:35 p.m.  

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