April 20, 2015

"Maybe, but maybe not": Liberals Trudeau, Rae won't rule out NDP coalition

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau has been musing with reporters about whether he'd ever form a coalition with the NDP.

Now former Liberal leader Bob Rae is getting in on the act.

He talked about a possible coalition on TV this weekend, and like Trudeau, he didn't seem to have ruled out the idea entirely.

If the NDP and the Liberals could seize power through a coalition, do you really think they wouldn't?

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commented 2015-04-21 11:28:49 -0400
I hope they keep talking coalition more votes for Harper majority.
commented 2015-04-20 20:49:42 -0400
Don’t any of these people remember what Rae did to Ontario in the 80’s. Unbelievable anyone would take his advice on one single thing ever. Why does anyone still talk to him. Seriously Ken, Peter,Jim and who ever else mentioned the west separating if Justin and Tom pull something like that off. I’m with you. I never thought I would ever say that before.
commented 2015-04-20 20:20:07 -0400
One more comment. Rae, why is that old senile hog at the trough not go away already. Who listens to anything the moron has to say. I guess the CBC does, another hog at the trough that is far past it’s due date. Time to shelf them both and save us tax payers some serious dollars or put it to some good use.
commented 2015-04-20 20:18:27 -0400
Jim – “The West will not accept for a minute a Liberal /NDP coalition lead by Quebecers. We will look to separate and, unlike Quebec, we can afford to.”

But where would the ungrateful wretches get their $12 billion allowance? Can we leave those poooor children on their own? . . . hell yes!
commented 2015-04-20 20:15:55 -0400
Well, if they did form a coalition and cease power then after I stopped wreching and beating the wall in frustration, I would hope Mulcair would take the “throne” since he at least has some modicum of maturity. Keep Justie out of the PM chair.
commented 2015-04-20 18:56:33 -0400
The West will not accept for a minute a Liberal /NDP coalition lead by Quebecers. We will look to separate and, unlike Quebec, we can afford to.
commented 2015-04-20 18:22:33 -0400
A Lib NDP coalition! Welcome to Islamican. God help us all.
commented 2015-04-20 17:53:46 -0400
A coalition of the IDIOTS and the CLOWNS… What is not to like.. both of them need to have mental health examinations as they are both a brick short of a load!
commented 2015-04-20 16:34:18 -0400
A coalition government by Mad Mulcair and No sense Trudeau would be disastrous . And would not be a government I would see as our government. But these two snakes would do it if they thought they could seize power. They have not got the leadership, intelligence, experience, or credibility to win this on there own. So they might think two dummies are better then one and go for it. That would be the beginning of the end for us out west here. It would be time to leave and pull off a Quebec style referendum for us Albertans and a few more provinces perhaps to go it alone.
commented 2015-04-20 15:35:25 -0400
Stoner and Mulcair will split the lefty vote.

And Harper will cruise to majority again.
commented 2015-04-20 15:23:01 -0400
Jr hesitates to commit. You think his backers don’t remember the previous attempt at coalition, and how it burned them? The fact that this is being tossed about at all shows a desperation level among the Liberals. Jr likely thinks it’s a good idea, but he’s publicly stated “without” Mulcair (not that I’d blame him). BUT, he’s afraid of tossing any potential votes away if he mentions any seriousness about a coalition… perfect ditherer. Love or hate the Conservatives, at least you know where you stand with them. Not so, the Liberals…
commented 2015-04-20 15:22:56 -0400
lol..bob rae…ndp until a leader hole opened up and then he was the best the libs could find…
commented 2015-04-20 15:19:20 -0400
A vote for the LPC is a vote for NDP policies and probably Tommy Mulcair as finance minister!
commented 2015-04-20 15:15:06 -0400
Liberals & NDP are both very very scary.