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You really get the sense that he really does care about wether or not people think he cares.
Excellent moustache care.
He appears to be in the best physical shape of all the leaders.
I saw a video of him in a speedo. It was a bit more of Jack Layton than I really cared to see [img]biggrin.gif" border="0[/img]
His head could be used as a solar panel, thereby saving the environment.
[ 10 October 2008: Message edited by: CMOT Dibbler ]
Layton is so concerned, I'm actually rather concerned.
I'd do him.
Jack Layton says he'd spend federal money to bring the Canadian Grand Prix back.
It could be cool if you ran a special edition with all hybrid cars...
Formula 1 teams are already preparing to introduce hybrid drive systems to cars beginning in 2009 and that could soon be followed by a change in fuels. Since the mid-nineties teams have been required to use fuels that were roughly comparable to pump gasoline with a maximum octane rating of 102 RON (about 97 octane for U.S. pump measurements). Formula may soon follow the path of IndyCars and the American Le Mans Series and migrate to biofuels, specifically ethanol.
Learn something new everyday.
Originally posted by 2fruition:[b]I'd do him.[/b]
Myself, I'm holding out for Thomas Mulcair.
Layton will be appearing on Air Farce live tonight on CBC TV.
Originally posted by M. Spector:[b]Layton will be appearing on Air Farce live tonight on CBC TV.[/b]
Thanks. Jack and his other brother Jack were hilarious.
Hi interested observer, haven't heard from you in a while. Hope you are ok. I like Jack because he ran to win. He can be in an interview with Peter Mansbridge, where he was treated with absolute disdain, and show what "class is." That's what I like about him.
Jack is strong and cares for kitchen tables.
Originally posted by Daniel Grice:[b]Jack is strong and cares for kitchen tables.[/b]
That was pretty cute Daniel. Happy scary day!
Jack is mostly likely kind to cute little kitties and puppies.
Jack has done a terrific job as NDP leader.
Starting with 17 M.P.s in 1975, it took Ed Broadbent 4 elections in 9 years to produce 43 M.P.s.
Jack started with 13 M.P.s in 2003, and there are now 37.
If there is the commitment by a majority of the candidates in the 2008 election to repeat as candidates next time, who knows how many more will become M.P.s next time.
Keep up the great work, Jack!
Jack Layton is honoured just to be nominated [img]biggrin.gif" border="0[/img]