Harper: Thank you Mr. Ignatieff for making it out to the meeting today. I know it would have been hard for you to get here, what with the transit strike and all.
Ignatieff: No problem. It wasn’t that bad, except Jack offered me a ride and he wouldn’t stop singing Hanah Montana songs.
Harper: I know, especially when he tried to sing True Friend, and kept begging you to join in.
Ignatieff: Ya, I was about ready to hit him with a copy of the Citi… hey, how did you know about that?
Harper: It’s not important. What is important is the business I would like to discuss with you today. I have a solution to this whole fiscal update fiasco. A coalition.
Ignatieff: A coalition? Been there, done that… Helped me get my job a lot faster.
Harper: No, no… not one controlled by the evil separatists. I’m talking about a Conservative – Liberal coalition.
Ignatieff: A Conservative – Liberal coalition?
Harper: Why not? Canadians have never been interested in politics in years! We have to keep the suspense going.
Ignatieff: That is true. A good story needs to keep it’s readers engaged. I just finished reading the Twilight Series, and a coalition seemed to work well for the vampires and werevolves.