Mark 'em down as unpersuaded

From the Inkless emailbox, this release from the NDP:

DEJA-VU: Liberals SAY THEY’ll no longer support Harper… Again

From the Liberal Archive:

“Our party is united in its determination to face Mr. Harper down.” – Michael Ignatieff to meeting of New Brunswick Liberals, Telegraph-Journal December 6, 2008

“We’ve put down a very clear marker. This government has to get the money out the door … If this government fails to meet these targets, it will not survive for long.” – Michael Ignatieff,, January 28, 2009

“Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff is looking to June as his first chance to defeat the Harper government over its handling of the economic crisis, according to his finance critic.” – Globe and Mail, February 27, 2009

“I want to make Parliament work but I don’t write blank cheques. That’s not what my voters sent me to Parliament to do,” he said less than three hours before Liberals approved the fund. “If the government wants to make Parliament work, we can find a way to make it work. If they don’t want to make it work, look out.” – Michael Ignatieff, Hamilton Spectator, March 25, 2009

“Michael Ignatieff declared Thursday that federal Liberals are united, out of debt and “basically ready to fight an election” if an impasse is reached in Parliament.” – Canwest News, April 30, 2009

“The leader of the federal Liberal party has threatened to push for an election if the minority Conservative government doesn’t support proposals to reform the employment insurance system.” –, May 3, 2009

“Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff says the party will decide next week whether to try to bring down the Harper government and plunge the country into a mid-summer election.” – Canadian Press, June 3, 2009