OTTAWA, May 4 (LSN) – In another glaring example of the often identical philosophies of the three establishment political parties the Liberals, Progressive Conservatives, and NDP. Liberal Prime Minister Jean Chretien appointed former Ontario NDP socialist premier Bob Rae to a position with the Canadian Security Intelligence Review Committee (SIRC). Mr. Rae will be reviewing the performance of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service, a task that will provide him access to much highly confidential information. The Canadian people have never voted in a federal NDP socialist government, one reason being a healthy mistrust of socialist abuse of political power. Mr. Chretien, by appointing Rae to this position, has once again shown that he doesn’t care what Canada’s voters think. The action is also another example of blatant patronage, given that Bob’s brother John Rae was Chretien’s campaign manager. Earlier this month the federal leader of the Progressive Conservative Party, Jean Charest, announced his move to take on the leadership of the provincial Liberal party in Quebec. Political Science textbooks note that Canadian political parties are to represent different philosophies on how to serve the needs of the people. Not much variation when A=B=C.