Tuesday, September 14, 2004

Summit in Ruins?

Canada's desperate effort to safe our national health care lies in ruins. Alberta's Ralph Klein has returned to Calgary, having pledged to fix the province's ills on his own. Prime Minister Martin himself was heard to exclaim "Jesus Christ" during the televised meeting. Both sides accuse the other of lying, and it appears as though everyone may go home unhappy.

Yet in our darkest hour, there may yet be a glimmer of hope. Rumours have circulated that the Premiers have chosen four from amongst their numbers to negotiate on behalf of the others. If true, tomorrow's sesion will not be televised. Instead, Ontario's Premier Mcguinty, B.C's Gordon Campbell, New Brunswick's Bernard Lord and Quebec's Jean Charest will negotiate behind closed doors with Prime Minister Martin in a desperate effort to safe health care for all of Canada.

If we want to keep two tiered health care, HMOs, and ridiculously prized medical care out of this country...our fate lies in the hands of five men meeting in Ottawa.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

We don't even need the summit. Alberta will fix it's own problems.

3:05 p.m.  
Blogger Marina974 said...

Thanks Ralph, you're a great Canadian. :sigh:

5:08 p.m.  

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