Steph and Jack have been talking and agreed (mostly) to get in bed together for two and a half years. Gilles can join in too, but he's going to have to behave himself.
For a lot of people waking up today, the idea of a Lib-NDP-Bloc alliance was a muscle flexing used to put cocky Stephen Harper in his place and for threatening to take away that $1.95.
Well, it looks like there was more to it. Hell, the NDP might end up with 25% of the cabinet positions on Parliament Hill once the official plan hits later today.
With a week to go before the no-confidence vote, parliament's getting crazy crazier.
On Friday, Guy Giorno, whom Ontarians have the displeasure of knowing from Mike Harris days, sent out the "just the facts" memo.
Maybe Harper's jealous that Steph and Jack want to hang out and he's not invited, but that doesn't let you record their phone calls. Especially not record them and spread the news like the Cons did with an accidental invitation to the NDP's caucus conference call.
The NDP might even get the police involved.
The apparent lack of a leader - some media reports suggests it would be Iggy, not Dion (poor guy can't even win without an election) - is still a big problem.
One thing's certain, this is an early Christmas gift for anyone bored out of their skulls by the Canadian politics. How it ends up affecting the image of these parties is, however, is less certain. Will they end up looking like power hungry thieves or polished statesmen willing to set aside differences and roll up sleeves to properly navigate this country?