In a civilized society, any agreement signed by the government is an agreement signed by you
and I that is what a constitutional government is about. It is signed by all through consensus.
We cannot pick and chose what laws we want to or don't want to obey, they are the laws of the
The GG does not have to be there that is true. However as part of a constitutional Monarchy
the GG will still have to sign off on them. There in lies the problem. We will go through this
process for a long time, and by the time the signing and final agreement takes place Mr Harper
may or may not be the PM. He may be opposition leader, or PM in a minority government.
That could also spell a different outcome.
The biggest problem we have in Canada is not the Conservatives or the Liberals or for that matter
the NDP the biggest problem we have collectively is Uncertainty. All the chest pounding and thumping
of desks on the side of any party does not mean they are going to be the decision makers, the people
will decide and that may provide us all with some interesting events. Remember when the US|
election came down to voting day? People really thought Obama was toast and he wasn't.
It may or may not prove the same in Canada. Again the reason too much uncertainty.