Monday, September 6, 2010

Day Twelve: Assigned Readings

It's Labour Day! The day that we're forced to do manual labour around the house. Damn you, government!

An expert interviewed by the CBC argues that the fixed election dates favour the party in power and should be scrapped. My solution: randomly chosen election dates.

Shawn Graham promises to do exactly what Dalton McGuinty did in Ontario.

Another Daily Gleaner run down on promises. The party's lost a day of campaigning because of Earl, so they have a lot of work to do. Alward, perhaps trying to repair the damage of that interview with Acadian media, has promised funding support for Acadian culture and a program that allows New Brunswickers to study in a second language.

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