Your loyal opposition inaction:
OTTAWA -- Despite a chorus of bad publicity over the Maxime Bernier affair, the Conservative government waltzed through a series of confidence votes Monday.
Rows of Liberal benches remained vacant in a series of votes on controversial immigration reforms that are part of a larger budget-implementation bill.
All opposition parties have excoriated the Conservatives for the immigration changes, but the Liberals continued their months-long practice of abstaining on key votes.
The Liberals were taunted and laughed at by their opponents as only a handful of their members showed up for a set of 114-83 votes that took the legislation one step closer to becoming law.
The Liberal Party ... leaderless, rudderless, utterly adrift ... who could possibly have guessed? Oh, right.
At this point, I don't think we need to imagine what Canada would look like if the CPoC ever won a majority. If you catch my drift.