Expecting Harper-Obama Alchemy, Not Chemistry

One of the spectacles associated with the election of a new president in the United States is the emergence of soothsayers, prognosticators, and policy wonks who, as with the diviners of old, seek to foresee the future and offer advice on how to get there.

Gar Pardy
Published: Wednesday, 01/28/2009 12:00 am EST

One of the spectacles associated with the election of a new president in the United States is the emergence of soothsayers, prognosticators, and policy wonks who, as with the diviners of old, seek to foresee the future and offer advice on how to get there. A subset of these in Canada stand on The Border and issue forth learned analysis and pie in the sky hopes for Canada's relations with the new president.

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