The Globe and Mail tells us that Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Party will “govern with a strong minority” after a victory in last night’s Canadian federal elections:
“Justin Trudeau’s Liberals have retained enough seats to govern with a strong minority in the House of Commons as the result of a robust showing in Ontario, bringing an end to an acrimonious campaign and ushering in the uncertainty of a divided Parliament and a country split along regional lines.
“The Liberals face significant challenges as they enter their second mandate: They won the most seats in the House, but lost the popular vote to the Conservatives. About 6.2-million Canadian voters – or 34.4 per cent – chose Mr. Scheer’s party over the 5.9-million voters – or 33.1 – cent – who opted for Mr. Trudeau’s Liberals.
“They were shut out in Alberta and Saskatchewan.”
Oh, dear, I didn’t know that Canada had a Possum Hollar problem, too/aussi.
Anyway, it means that M. Trudeau will be around to go to the Bed Bug Summit where’er Prznint Stupid decides to
host, er, grift it, and Mel will get that dreamy look in her vulpine eyes again.
Or the First Shady, for that matter:
…and I’m not betting on which one makes Comrade Horndog more upset.