One blogger’s personal bridge to nowhere

L’indépendence above party?

Monitoring Quebec’s elections (as I’m sure all election-obsessed Americans are), Marc Desnoyers at RealClearWorld suggests that, despite the declining popularity of the province’s separatist party, it’s not necessarily that the Québecois don’t want to separate from Canada; it’s just that they’re fed up with the party that wants to do so.


Sailing away from Canada?

(photo from flickr user Seb* [aka *] under a Creative Commons license)

November 20, 2008 - Posted by | Foreign politics |

1 Comment »

  1. […] Bloc will then declare independence for four months, rejoin Canada for another six, and provide the Prime Minister until Conservatives […]

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