Explanations for the break in programs! Keith went to Toronto and came back with a wicked flu virus (not SARS). I feel much better thanks. But that's the reason this week's Arrogant Worms song this episode is Vincent the Christmas Virus. May your holiday be free of Vincent. As always, thanks to the Arrogant Worms (http://www.arrogant-worms.com/) for permission to use their music. We start with our fast three - the news you may have missed. Topic one - which of the Liberals will arise as the possible next Prime Minister of Canada (sorry Jack, maybe someday). Will Michael Ignatieff learn to keep his mouth shut in time? Will Bob Rae ever shake off his NDP Premiership in Ontario? Does the Quebec issue matter THAT much? A wide ranging discussion and by the time you hear this, it may all be over. Next - Can the situation in Iraq get any worse for the Bush administration and the United States? Quite possibly. Despite this administration's "can-do" create-your-own-reality zeitgeist, the problem may be insoluable. We discuss, you decide. Sorry. Next up: Who won the Liberal leadership race? Why? What does it mean? Til' then.
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