May the years stretch ever longer in a Better Canada

It’s amazing what Strong Leadership can do. For example, it can apparently extend the number of days in a year in a previously unheard-of fashion:

“During the last session our crime bills were held up by Opposition-controlled House committees or the Liberal majority in the Senate for a total of 976 days,” Prime Minister Harper said.

When was the march to victory election again? Oh, that’s right. Last year. How many days have passed since January 23, 2006? About 633 by my calendar. 2006 did seem a little endless, in retrospect.

Up next: hard to say. Will it be turning water into wine, or renaming the days of the week after Laureen and the kids? Stay tuned.