Stephen Harper, Joe Clark and Paul Martin

Paul Martin should meet Steve Harper and Joe Clark to discuss the political future of Canada and the evolution of democracy, as the people would like it to be.

Etobicoke, Ontario - Wednesday, June 5, 2002 - by: Randy Kubik, Past President The Canadian Alliance




Paul Martin, Steve Harper and Joe Clark should meet to discuss the future of Canada. They may find that they have more in common than Mr. Martin has in common with the Prime Minister.




Imagine this for a moment. Then before you rule it completely out of order and nonsensical, step back, take a deep breath and consider the possible scenarios. What if Paul Martin crossed the floor and joined The Canadian Alliance or The Progressive Conservative Party of Canada and vowed to help unite the two under a fresh new vision shared by most Canadians who would like to see new leadership, new leaders and new ideas, not just a change of leader in the same old ethically and morally bankrupt party, The Liberal Party of Canada.




Paul Martin, possibly the best Finance Minister this country has ever had, is with the wrong party, has been all along. I can forgive that at this turning point.




Hell, if it looks like Sir Jean, the "humblest" of all arrogant and egocentric Prime Ministers this country has ever had, is up for another "street fight" this time from within, then maybe now is the time for some out-of-the-box thinking. Stranger things have happened and stranger things are still to come.




I am not going to go into any more details now. I just want people to look at things from a different perspective, without the hidden agendas and the inflated egos, and consider other possibilities for the good of the country.




It is time for new nation building to begin in earnest. It is time for a fresh start. It is time for a new governing group to come forward and make a difference.

Randy Kubik