Our View from the Hill: On the loneliness of the Prime Minister

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Our View from the Hill: On the loneliness of the Prime Minister

  1. One is the loneliest number that you’ll ever do
    Two can be as bad as one
    Duff was the first and now Wallin is the other one

    No is the saddest experience you’ll ever know
    Yes, it’s the saddest experience all ‘cause of Trudeau
    ‘Cause I can’t skate or ride or ski like he do

    One is the loneliest number, worse than two
    It’s just no good anymore since Wright went away
    Now I spend my dime making robocalls of yesterday

    One is the loneliest number
    One is the loneliest number
    One is bad, but 3.1 billion sucks too
    One is the loneliest
    One is the loneliest
    And if Ken Morgan ever shows what’ll I ever do?

    • In the meantime:

      “OTTAWA — The scandal-plagued Senate has a cheerleader in Justin
      Trudeau after the Liberal leader said he wouldn’t abolish the chamber
      because it’s to Quebec’s gain over other provinces to keep the lights
      on.

      “We have 24 senators from Quebec and there are just six from Alberta
      and British Columbia. It’s to our advantage,” he told a French
      newspaper.”

      I don’t think Macleans will report on this so I thought I’ll let you know what else is going on in Canadian politics!

      Enjoy!

      • There are 92 ridings in the four Western Canadian provinces (104 in 2015), Liberals won 4 seats.
        We figured out Liberals a long time ago, and this one, Trudeau, isn’t any different than the previous 4 Lib leaders

        • But, but, but……………..the polls……… :)

          You mean to say, there are no 177 seats up for grabs in Quebec…

  2. Mr. Lonely