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Difference of opinion alert


 

A few weeks ago, the official opposition suggested a difference of opinion on the government side perhaps indicated that the Prime Minister had “lost control of his caucus.”

Yesterday, with a difference of opinion on the opposition side, the government sent up Rob Merrifield to declare the NDP was consequently unfit to govern.

Mr. Speaker, our government is focused on what really matters to Canadians; that is, creating jobs, creating economic growth. Instead of working with us, the NDP caucus members have become so disunited that they are contradicting each other on important issues that are important to Canada, particularly, western Canada.

Yesterday, the NDP leader tried to argue, wrongly, that Parliament could not amend legislation that would give farmers marketing freedom. One of her own colleagues, the member Winnipeg Centre, said that he actually did not buy her argument. Now, I seldom agree with him, but on this one I do. In fact, he recognized that our legislation can give farmers the freedom that they are asking for. Unfortunately, his leader does not agree with him.

This contradictory position from the NDP is just yet another worrying example of how weak and disunited the NDP is and that it is nowhere even close to being fit to govern.


 

Difference of opinion alert

  1. Which is why they’re not governing and in opposition. So what’s your excuse Rob?

  2. In other news, Michael Chong has joined the Environment Caucus. 

  3. Brad Trost disagreed with his government on the morality of funding PP.  A disagreement based on moral convictions is different from the NDP difference of opinion, which resulted from Nycole Turmal holding an utterly incoherent and ridiculous position that other NDP MPs couldn’t support.

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