Well, I'm only going to breathe easily once they drop the puck.
BTW, the good friend of Mr. Clinton's happens to be an attractive, blonde woman named Belinda Stronach, who, until she entered politics last year, was the president and CEO of Magna, a company that employs over 80,000 people in 233 plants. Over the past two days, Ms. Stronach was called a "whore", an "attractive dipstick", and a "rich little girl" in the media, on the record, because she changed her political allegiance. Many Canadian women, of varying political views, are outraged at the insults and point out that a man who had done the same thing would not be subjected to such abuse.
The government won the vote by 152-152. The Speaker of the House broke the tie and voted with the government because he's a member of that party.
Blondes, money, outrage, Bill Clinton, and a tie vote: who says Canadian politics is boring?