When you don't have a leg to stand on, it's probably best not to try and stand tall, as though moral superiority demands. Time didn't start on Monday, and your past is catching up to your outrage of convenience:
Bloc part of secret coalition plot in 2000 with Canadian Alliance
The separatist Bloc Québécois was part of secret plotting in 2000 to join a formal coalition with the two parties that now make up Stephen Harper's government, according to documents obtained by The Globe and Mail.
The scheme, designed to propel current Conservative minister Stockwell Day to power, undermines the Harper government's line this week that it would never sign a deal like the current one between the Liberal Party, the NDP and the Bloc...
At the time, the Alliance was ready to fly Mr. Day from his BC riding to Calgary to pick up Mr. Clark on the way to Ottawa, where the deal was to be presented to the Governor-General in the event of a minority Parliament.
Sit down, and please just shut up.