Alrighty then. Getting on with it...
Steve, on Saturday:
The campaign is still "fluid," said Harper, although he declined to say why he believed that is so, whether economic developments have caused a volatility. He would say only it is because of the way "some of other parties are conducting their campaigns."
Nailing Jello™ - to the wall - again.
Harper admitted he had learned lessons from the 2004 and 2006 campaign, but wouldn't go into detail.
"Look, the biggest myth about '06 was that we did everything right, because we won, right. But we did some things wrong, but on that one, if you guys didn't figure them out, I'm not going to share them with you."
He said that "all wisdom" will emerge after it's over, but cautioned that myths based on factual inaccuracies about those campaigns have also "become entrenched."
"all wisdom"...I can't wait! (Is he forecasting Armageddon there or am I just being paranoid? Not to worry since I'll be Left Behind anyway and could use a car since I don't have one..."all wisdom"...how exciting...vote for Steve, The Oracle.)
Oh and apparently, according to Steve, Elizabeth May has had a sex change operation:
He said there will be lots he'll miss about politics. "I'll miss all of you, just as I've missed you this week," he said about the week where the debates interrupted the constant campaign tour. "Although I must say I enjoyed having those four guys yell at me this week."
I won't miss you one bit, Steve, so don't lose any sleep over that.
Moving right along, a fourth NDP candidate, Andrew McKeever, bites the dust. What a gem he was:
The Durham, Ont., candidate posted comments on Facebook calling one war activist a "fascist bitch" and threatening to beat up another person.
McKeever wrote comments peppered with expletives and calling the operators of a war-resister website "Nazis."
"I like the part in Schindler's List when the guard starts waxing the prisoners," he wrote.
Yet, when his writings were exposed last week, Layton kept him on. Why, exactly?
Stephane, Stephane, Stephane...
MISCOUCHE, P.E.I. — Stephane Dion is portraying Jack Layton as a far-left socialist as some polls show the NDP leader is on the verge of overtaking Mr. Dion's Liberals.
You're looking desperate...
Are we there yet?