Certainty it is unworthy to think that he would be such a boor as to test the limit of any leash he is tethered to at such a delicate moment.Recommend this Post
One option open to her was granting Mr. Harper a qualified prorogation - placing his administration in the straitjacket that limits what governments can do during an election campaign.
If the same limitations restrict what Mr. Harper's government can do until it meets Parliament on Jan. 26, the Prime Minister might not, for example, be allowed to make appointments such as filling the 18 vacancies in the Senate.
Thursday, December 11, 2008
...as it is that the 18 Senate appointments mean that the predictions that Jean put restrictions on HarProrogue's actions during the prorogation must be given much less credence. Or did she put restrictions on him and he is testing her resolve?
Posted by Constant Vigilance at 12/11/2008 04:24:00 AM