The CAQ: anything to keep power

The CAQ: anything to keep power

BET À DAY

All the commentators, for some time, have been trying to find out what is going on in François Legault's head.

Is he a sovereignist who advances masked?< /p>

Or a nationalist federalist who believes that we can get new powers from Ottawa?

If Bills 96 and 21 hit the wall in Canadian courts, what will he do? No one really knows.

Everyone guesses, guesses, guesses. 

WHAT IS A CAQUISTE?

I put forward a third option, just to make the game “Guess what goes through the mind of the PM” even more interesting. 

And if the nationalism of François Legault was not just one more marketing stunt?

What if our PM brandished the nationalist cause just because he knows it's getting tough?

That it speaks to Quebecers?

And that allows him to stay ahead of the polls ?

A few days ago, I asked my QUB radio colleague Philippe-Vincent Foisy what he thought a caquiste was. 

“Are you a federalist? Come to the CAQ! Are you a sovereigntist? Come to the CAQ! Are you for law 21? Come to the CAQ! Are you against Law 21? Come to the CAQ! Are you for the third link? Come to the CAQ! Are you against the third link? Come to the CAQ!

Coudonc, what is the CAQ?

Philippe-Vincent's answer: “It's power, that's all”.

In short, anything to stay in power.

The CAQ: anything to keep power

< p>The CAQ: anything to keep power

Want tax cuts? OK, we'll give you some!

Do you want a law that protects French without going too far? OK, we'll give it to you!

To paraphrase the Rolling Stones, we don't give Quebecers what they need.

We give them what they want.< /p>

After ordering a survey. 

CAQ SAUCE

In the option that I propose, François Legault would be neither sovereigntist nor federalist, but opportunist.

Nationalism with caquist sauce would be another patent for kids who flash – like the homes of the elderly, the Basket Blue, four-year-old kindergartens and Lab-School schools. 

You want a light nationalism, that makes you feel a little more in control of your home without risking anything? 

Vote CAQ!

We are neither sovereignists nor federalists, quite the contrary!

We are like tofu: we are neutral . 

Do you put broccoli next to a piece of tofu? The piece of tofu will taste like broccoli!

Do you put the same piece next to a mango? It will taste like mango!

The CAQ is an abstract painting, you see what you want to see there. 

When you look at the painting from the front, it is red.

But when you look at it from the side, it's blue.

There's something for everyone at the CAQ!

We skip the Scratch the program of other parties!

Justin Trudeau says that Canada is a “post-nationalist” country?

The CAQ is a “post-ideological” party!

WITHOUT A PLAN

That said, it's just a theory, huh.

I don't know any more than you going on in François Legault's head.

Perhaps he's improvising.

Without a plan. Neither destination.

The CAQ: anything to keep power