Saturday, July 29, 2006

Liberal Hopefuls Give Views on Middle East Crisis

After 13 years in power, the Liberal party, and especially the 11 candidates vying for the leadership, find themselves having to watch the escalating Middle East crisis from the sidelines. In this Toronto Star article, 10 of 11 candidates for party leadership tell how they would respond as PM to unfolding events.

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4 comment(s):

wish we could have heard from ig. seems half of them were for 'israel's right to defend itself' or had probs with hezbollah.....and the rest were really 'non answers'.

so, ah, is there a leader out there ANYWHERE in canada?

seems the best we could do is appoint the clan mothers to run this nation.

By Blogger Scout, at 11:00 PM  

Again I agree with you on all counts, Scout. The Clan Mothers would do a much better job for sure!!!

By Blogger Annamarie, at 11:17 PM  

Iggy's postion is out.

Ceasefire should be instituted because of the "diminishing returns" to Israeli interests.

He did not support ceasefire any earlier, even after Qana. His dissapointment with Qana was that it proved "a victory for Hezbollah". He also added that he wasn't suprised by the event given the nature of the "dirty war" and that he didn't "lose any sleep" over it!

I am relieved that Michael is well refreshed. Hate to see what he's like if he got up on the wrong side of the bed!

If there is a God, and that God is just, Canadians will be spared from having to choose between Harper and Ignatieff.

By Blogger Peace, at 5:56 PM  

No, Iggy is definitely not the man for the job. I really don't see anyone in the present Liberal gene pool who is capabe... Do you, Scout, or you, Peace??


(The Clan Mothers look better and better...)

By Blogger Annamarie, at 1:27 AM  

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