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Duceppe’s Logic

September 9, 2008

It seem that Bloc Québécois leader Gilles Duceppe is practicing his logic skills. Let’s take a look.

  1. Quebec’s sovereignity will be decided by an referendum, not an election.
  2. Québécoises should be placing more importance on social and economic issues over sovereignty.
  3. Stephen Harper must be stopped from forming a majority.

Therefore, according to Duceppe:

  1. Federalist Québécoises should vote for the Bloc Québécois.

However, the above points are more likely to lead to this conclusion:

  1. The Bloc Québécois has no reason for existing, as:
    1. Only the Parti Québécois could realistically hold an referendum
    2. There are many other parties in Quebec that consider social and economic issues and could stop Harper from getting a majority, if it were not for the BQ’s splitting the vote.

I’d like to see more self-derationalization logic like this from Duceppe.

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