Thursday, November 23, 2006

If you're not a nation within Canada, you're just not special enough

Paul Wells reacts to the Commons motion recognising Quebec's nationhood within Canada:
It is telling that only one nation was discussed in the House of Commons today, and it was the nation most Canadians don't live in. Apparently most of us don't deserve a nation. Certainly we don't seem to deserve a prime minister who names our nation for us. And if you don't like today's events in the Commons, you pretty much have to lump it, don't you: Vote Tory, NDP or Liberal, it's all pretty much of a muchness, because none of them can name a nation worth defending except Quebec.
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