You know, kicking people's butts with round-edged boots is good, but with pointy shoes, it's even better.
I feel like saying we need to all calm down a little. Let's take the time to breathe. I have no intention of allowing myself be distracted.
Sovereignty was not an issue in this campaign. The sovereignty numbers that were there before the campaign are still there. Sovereignty is as alive as it was. But there is work to do to convince Quebecers.
We don't know what proportion of public funds is regularly lost to collusion and corruption. Is it 25 per cent? 30 per cent? We do know that a portion of these public funds are feeding organized crime.
There is a false assumption about the Parti Quebecois that we don't know anything about the economy... Well that's a myth.
One of the ways to make sure policies are more transparent and to help restore people's confidence in politicians... is to ensure renewal at the highest level of office.
The biggest risk to Quebec isn't sovereignty. It is staying in Canada.
Never, never, will I accept, on issues of integrity, comparisons with the Liberal party.
Sovereignty is as necessary as ever.
We want a country. and we will get it, our country.
We have a beautiful program which is audacious and I really want us all to roll up our sleeves and to work at making it a success.
If Quebeckers want Jean Charest, well, they can choose him. It's never a winning formula to divide Quebeckers.
The anglophones are Quebecers, as are the French, as are the new Quebecers.
You know, I would like to ask to the other parts of Canada to respect the minority of the French Canadians.
My victory is your victory. My victory is the victory of a unified party, a party that wants to propose to the Quebec people a country that is free and a country that is independent.
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