“... rigor mortis is setting in for the disastrous Ditheral campaign” - Warren Kinsella.
Stephen Harper should, by the way, if he gets a majority government, quickly appoint Kinsella to the Senate, or better yet, to a diplomatic post, perhaps in Burkina Faso. He is a very dangerous guy to have working for the other side.
Andrew Coyne is featuring a photo of the Hindenburg going up in flames.
Bourque is using a picture of the Titanic.
Harper is now more trusted in Quebec than either Martin or Duceppe.
Michael Wilson, founder of the GST, has publicly endorsed Harper’s plan to cut it.
Herb Dhaliwal has said publicly Martin will have to resign as leader if the Conservatives win.
Rumour says advance polls claim a higher then usual turnout. This is usually bad news for an incumbent party.
Mind, Conservative support is not growing over the past day or two as quickly as it had been. SES’s polling suggests this may be due to a move of NDP support to the Liberals. The other possibility is that the Liberal attack ads, even though they flopped with the press, are having some effect on the public.
If the latter, though, I expect a bounce-back once the press reaction sinks in; and this should still be well before voting day.