Tuesday, October 07, 2008

Plan B? What the hell happened to Plan A?

NaPo : "In a marked change of tone entering the final week of the election campaign, the Prime Minister, Stephen Harper, said Monday he's in the midst of working on "secondary plans" to protect Canada from the ill-effects of a global financial crisis should conditions worsen in the country."
CBC : "The Conservatives have a Plan B..."

Plan B? What the hell happened to Plan A?
I heard that Plan B may cause nausea and vomiting, must be taken within 72 hours to be effective, and then when you die you get fast-tracked to hell.
So a little late here, huh, Steve?

But what do I know about economics? For a serious strategic analysis : Ottawonk breaks it down at e-lekshunHub08™


Dave said...

Plan A = Stay the course
Plan B therefore = Jump ship.

Alison said...

Jump ship. Hmmm.
In the comments in the post below, Cliff says : "And removing all those airlocks means one bulkhead breach drowns the whole ship."

Holly Stick said...

Is that like opening Envelope 1 which tells you to blame everything on your predecessor; then opening Envelope 2, which says "Prepare two envelopes"?

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