The picture says it all.
Suddenly, Jack Layton is suddenly not so keen on an election. He’s talking about making parliament work, about working with the Connies. You know, the sort of stuff Jack and his householders used to chide the Grits over.
An unusually media-skittish Mr. Layton said little Saturday during an event in Toronto, but what he did say lowered the temperature somewhat.
“I think that everybody involved would want to see us co-operate in the House of Commons and get some results for people — especially those that are struggling right now: the unemployed and people being left behind,” Mr. Layton said as he inched away from reporters at an archway opening in Toronto.
“So that's going to remain our preoccupation.”
Looks like the real preoccupation will be getting the shoe that’s on the other foot out of Jack’s ass. Hint: it went in via the mouth while he was shooting it off before.