Tuesday, June 05, 2007

Casey Up To Bat

In a stunning move the longest serving Conservative MP in parliament; Bill Casey from Nova Scotia has announced he will vote against his Party and its Government over its budget, which he claims is a broken promise.

Flaherty repeated that Nova Scotia can't enjoy the benefits of a new equalization formula and its offshore accord at the same time.
This is the point that Danny Williams and Lorne Calvert have been making.

If only Alberta CEO Ed Stelmach and his PC crew could muster the indignation of betrayal that Casey has, and denounce this resource royalty grab, this unequal national transfer program, this new NEP,
might well be dead.

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Feynman and Coulter's Love Child said...

If you really wanted the Premier of Alberta to demand a reduction in equilization payments, you should have helped us get in Morton.

eugene plawiuk said...

You obviously missed reading my post on Morton, Harper, the Calgary School and their Straussarian realpolitik