Bringing Belinda Down Has Become Battle Cry For Newmarket-Aurora Tories
“This election will be a referendum on what Belinda did. People are coming from all parts of Canada to work on our campaign,” said Stephen Somerville resident of the Newmarket-Aurora Conservative riding association, of the Conservative push to oust Paul Martin’s human resources minister. “What she did was wrong on so many levels. She betrayed her party, her leader, the values she ascribed to, Conservative voters and all the campaign volunteers, who were stunned. Stunned.”

Toronto Sun EDITORIAL: They’re done—stick a fork in ‘em!
  After 12 years, four governments and two prime ministers, it’s not just time to boot the federal Liberals out of office. It’s time to drive a stake through their hearts, before they rise up again and bleed this country dry. After losing a historic non-confidence motion in the Commons last night by a vote of 171-133, Paul Martin and the Liberals must now be driven from power by Canadians. They must be defeated—and not just because of the Liberal venality, arrogance, greed and theft exposed in AdScam. Twelve years of Liberal scandal, boondoggles, cronyism, corruption and theft have corroded our democracy. It took an unprecedented act of Parliament to finally bring them down.

CanWest News Service/Global News Survey Conducted by Ipsos Reid Following Fall of Government
Liberals (31%, -3 Points) Tied With Conservatives (31%, +1 Points)…

Controversial MP Gurmant Grewal not seeking Tory re-election
  Conservative party officials said Tuesday the British Columbia MP has decided to bow out instead of causing potential problems for Leader Stephen Harper during the campaign for the Jan. 23 vote.


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