See, it's not so bad -

See, it’s not so bad


Glen Pearson has pleasant conversations with MPs from other parties. And such as it is this is considered noteworthy.

In all, it was a remarkable day, made all the more meaningful by the willingness of members to put aside their more partisan ways to engage in a middle space, even if just for a time.  There was a lot of crossing over yesterday and Parliament was the better for it.


See, it’s not so bad

  1. Great story. Now we know co-operation happens in reality.

    Why will we never see this covered on a daily basis by our media?

  2. I love articlea about how good those old days were back when men strode tall and all weres gentlemans, friendlship and cooperation reigned supreme – ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ!

  3. "Civility is not a sign of weakness. "

  4. But I thought only michael Ignatieff was capable of this, according to one of Glenn's recent postings.

    Quite frankly, I am shocked, that he is shocked that he is able to find that Conservatives and NDP "opponents" can be decent, family oriented, friendly people. What a charicature he has allowed himself to be duped by….he needs to stop listening to and or believeing some of the rage a holics in his own party.