March 26, 2005

Deputy Prime Minister McLellan Asked to Resign Over Broken Promise on Marriage

EDMONTON, AB March 23, 2005 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Deputy Prime Minister Anne McLellan's flip flop on homosexual 'marriage' is captured on video for all the world wide web to see. A website has been established by DefendMarriage.ca which asks the question "Can you trust Anne McLellan".

The website contains video footage of Anne McLellan in Parliament in June of 1999
during which she discusses the government's position on changing the definition of marriage. During her speech Ms. McLellan said: "Let me state again for the record that the government has no intention of changing the definition of marriage or of legislating same sex marriage."


The National Post carried an ad, calling for the resignation of Anne McLellan, on Saturday, March 19, 2005. The ad, in part, demanded that Ms. McLellan follow in the footsteps of Sheila Copps and resign her seat. Ms. Copps resigned her seat when it was made evident to her that she promised in an election campaign that the Liberals, if elected, would scrap the GST, and subsequently went back on their word.

To see the video and the National Post ad:

Deputy Prime Minister Anne McLellan on TV -- misspeaking herself?

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