HALIFAX - Days before an expected election call, Premier Ralph Klein said the country will probably be left with another Liberal minority, largely because Stephen Harper won't be able to muster enough support in Ontario.
Klein said the expected outcome is due partly to the perception that Harper, the federal Tory leader, is seen to be "too much on the right" in Ontario, where he contends that voters don't tend to change their voting habits.
Klein's prediction for the pending election clearly ticked off Tory deputy leader Peter MacKay.
"He said he was going to be helpful. This is not helpful," MacKay said in Ottawa.
When asked by reporters how to deal with persistent internal disputes and candid remarks by politicians like Klein, MacKay said bluntly: "Duct tape."(link)
Alberta: Please help Canada and Stephen Harper. Fire that idiot. He's a Liberal in disguise. He did this in the last election too. He either doesn't want Harper to win, or is completely out of his mind. Please, I begging you, get a new Tory leader and quick!