“It is up to our leader Michael Ignatieff if an election is called this fall,” Coderre told the Record.
“But I will not be the reason why we do not go for one. We are ready and we want one.”
...“They have mismanaged spending and have no explanation for it. They may claim they don’t want a fall electon, but I hope they do.”
“We are ready to take over and put an end to this deficit spending,” he said.
A fairly relevant view, given that Coderre is largely responsible for getting Quebec Liberals ready for an election.
One thing is becoming increasingly obvious with the recent rash of candidate announcements, much progress on the platform, "readiness" won't be a factor if there is another show down in the fall. People might remember that during the past few years, the disarray within the Quebec wing of the party was often cited as one reason why we continually shied away from pushing an election.