I have to say I was skeptical about this blog to begin with, coming as it does at a time when party unity must be paramount in all our minds. This evening, however, I am less certain of this. As you may know, the Cabinet today was forced to vote to prorogue Parliament to avoid an opposition coalition, while the Conservative caucus voted against the prorogation. I cannot help but think that, if Jim had been leader, the Cabinet vote would not have been whipped as it was, and caucus would have been properly consulted. In that light, if things go the way it's looking, I will be supporting Jim as the best man for the leadership job. Keep up the good work.