No matter what you’re opinion of Canada’s twentieth prime minister, you have to admit, the man’s got a huge point when it comes to giving Quebec its own special snowflake status within Canada’s constitution.
“The first time around, it didn’t pass and it didn’t change much,” he said. “The second time it did pass, and it didn’t change much either. Add them together, we talked a lot and not much changed.”
Kind of makes you wonder what certain folks are smoking, thinking the third time around will change a whole lot else, doesn’t it? Someone really should make sure the Bloc Quebecois gets that memo. Hey, Jean? I think I found a new job for you. Call me for details.