Didn't another MLA say: "I'll sign your petition if you can get ONE MLA to sign it first" . . . . . . let that snowball roll!
And didn't somebody say that the MLA's couldn't sign? So much for that theory.
Should you not be thanking Mr. Miles for being so kind instead of expletive deletive symbols.
Are you suggesting MLA's never do anything wrong anonymous 1:33? If you believe that then there shouldn't be any need for a petition at all.
I think it was never true that MLAs couldn't sign. Ministers, maybe.
That might well be the case. It might be some "unwritten" convention amoung MLA's that they don't sign petitions. I suppose the simplest thing would have been to ask an MLA. On the other hand if an MLA can freely choose you would have thought that an Abel Leblanc (not being a Minister) would have more than willingly signed at the very least. Of course there is the possibility that perhaps the vast majority of MLA's simply agree witht he banning. That is as valid a reason to not sign as any.
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