It's pretty obvious the NDP have been charged with the coalition's web strategy, because when you compare that with what the liberals have come up with, there's no competition.
Get a real bloody communications team already.
WARNING: Context. Tongue-in-cheek. Usually editorial, rarely semi-autobiographical, mainly political pseudo self-flatulence.
"While it’s true that during the campaign the leaders all said they wouldn’t form a coalition, and it’s true that Mr. Dion won less support in the election than any previous Liberal leader, those are not arguments against the democratic legitimacy of the coalition.
Consider that Winston Churchill governed throughout the Second World War as the head of a coalition government without ever winning an election.
Mr. Harper himself sought to participate in a coalition with the Bloc and NDP in 2004.
Many similar countries, including New Zealand and Ireland, are governed by coalitions."
"The Royal Bank of Scotland has advised clients to brace for a full-fledged crash in global stock and credit markets over the next three months as inflation paralyses the major central banks.
'A very nasty period is soon to be upon us - be prepared,' said Bob Janjuah, the bank's credit strategist.
A report by the bank's research team warns that the S&P 500 index of Wall Street equities is likely to fall by more than 300 points to around 1050 by September as "all the chickens come home to roost" from the excesses of the global boom, with contagion spreading across Europe and emerging markets.
Such a slide on world bourses would amount to one of the worst bear markets over the last century."