"We can't allow things that are inaccurate to stand." — The Word of Our Dan, February 19, 2008.

Thursday, September 28, 2006

Takes volatile to know volatile?

"The more we can spread out our energy supply means that we won't be totally dependent on Quebec for energy, which given the volatility of the politics in Quebec, could be a very, very sensitive situation in the years to come,'

So says Chairman Dan today.

Well, perhaps compared to Chairman's own province's tendency to elect one-and-a-half- to two-decade-long dynasties, Quebec, which has stuck religiously to electoral alternation since Maurice Duplessis' pallbearers buried the U.N. the first time, can be said to be "volatile".

Otherwise, Quebec and its leadership is a paragon of stability. Chairman's has a disturbing pattern of histrionics, theatrics, drama-queen antics, and never-ending quest for fights to pick and Ottawas to bash. Jacques Parizeau and Lucien Bouchard, who, ever morning over breakfast found five things to be humiliated about (can't you just picture Bouchard, jowls quivering, spitting out the word "humiliation"?), can't hold a candle to Chairman Dan in the volatility department.

This whole Labrador-Quebec-hydro thing is sounding more and more Smallwoodian by the day.


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