NDP leader Jack Layton stood up today and told good ol' Paul Martin that if he wanted to keep on going being PM, he'd better cancel those corporate tax cuts and give Ontario more cash.
If Paul Martin does the Layton's bidding, the NDP will prop up Martin's minority government in the case of a non-confidence vote.
In the face of the greatest corruption scandal in Canadian history, a scandal where public officials blackmailed Ad executives, Layton decides to join the blackmail train blackmailing King Paul himself.
I guess you could say the Liberals are getting a taste of their own medicine.
Of course the difference here is that the NDP is doing it out in the open and not lurking around in shadows exchanging checks.