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On the move!

Agh! You’re still here? My new site and weblog, is now up and running; new posts are building up over there, never to be mirrored here. Go! What are you waiting for? All the stuff worth keeping has been migrated over to the new server, and I don’t anticipate making any more posts here.

Bloggers and webmasters: Update your links! Simply replace with in your blogrolls or bookmarks to point to the new site. Old posts will remain on this server for as long as the people at Blogger/Google allow them to remain; unfortunately, I’m not going to bother to come up with any way of converting permalinks on this blog to their corresponding posts on the new site. Yes, I plead laziness. I also realize the irony of switching away from Blogger just it starts to add features that the demanding blog nerds insist upon.

Thanks for reading and linking, and see you over at!

—Ian King, December 13, 2004

Saturday, September 14, 2002

Chretien, successor to overlap by several months

The Liberla Party's decision to hold a leadership convention to replace retiring leader Jean Chrétien in Novermber or December 2003 will mean that, for possibly the first time in Candian political history, there will be a transition period of two or three months between Prime Ministers.

However, expect to see the successor to Jean Chrétien use the time between the 2003 convention and Chrétien's February, 2004 retirement date to instyall his or her people into the right positions in the Liberal party apparatus, and to get their political staff prepared to take over the Prime Minister's Office without skipping a beat.
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