Despite the efforts of Sister Sage's Musings proprietor CK to evade criticism, she will certainly be disappointed that it isn't all that difficult to get period dispatches from the mind of a lunatic.
In most recent lunatic screed from those not-so-illustrious halls, CK complains that adding more parliamentary seats to account for population growth is "cheating", unless seats are added in Quebec despite the lack of population growth in that province.
And who's cheating? Why it's the Conservative Party, of course!
Quebec's proportionate share of Canada's population had actually shrunk, while those of Alberta, Ontario and BC increased -- thus requiring an increase in their representation in Parliament to reflect that change.
CK, of course, doesn't like this because of her deep-rooted hatred for anything even remotely associated with the Conservative Party -- like the provinces of Alberta (where the Tories hold all but one seat), British Columbia (where they hold 22 of 36 seats), or Ontario (where they hold 51 of 106 seats).
Of course, CK has an awfully interesting definition of cheating. Previously she insisted that if the Conservative Party were to enact ideas that they plan to campaign on (should they win) it would be "cheating".
(Interestingly enough, many more Canadians would suggest that it would effectively be cheating to campaign on an idea, win, and then not impliment it.)
By either standard, virtually every government elected in Canada would have cheated in one way or another. Yet when if the Conservatives were to act on the ideas they get elected on, it suddenly becomes intolerable. But only suddenly.
Continuing, CK suggests that continuously and permanently granting Quebec a disproportionate level of representation in Canada is the only way to convince Quebec it shouldn't separate.
The message CK would like to send to Stephen Harper seems rather simple: if you don't want to face continuous vapid accusations of cheating, just keep continually rigging the game in Quebec's favour.
Unfortunately, CK seems to have yet to figure out that Canada's future is not a game, and that Quebec will have to learn to play an equal part in that future, because separation isn't going to happen any time soon.
If all this weren't silly enough already, the "progressive" CK even indulges herself in a racial slur directed at a Quebec MP:
Chickenwanker, one would hardly believe it.